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The Rainbow 
1947 



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The Academy of Richmond Coimty 



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THE 1947 RAINBOW 



DEDICATION 



We consider it fitting that The Rainbow should be dedicated to the 
man whose invaluable aid has made it possible. For years Mr. Read 
has been the guiding spirit of The Rainbow, and we may truthfully 
say that these annuals he has helped bring out have been some of the 
best our school has seen. What he has given in time and effort cannot 
be measured. His imagination and artistic sense have given our annuals 
that touch of delicacy and good taste which make an annual a thing 
to be treasured. He has unselfishly sacrificed his own time. His patience 
in the face of our inaptitude, his charming nature, and his sense of 
humor have endeared him to the staff. 

We admire Mr. Read not only as The Rainbow faculty advisor, but 
also as a teacher and a friend. Any students who have been in his classes 
will readily admit that Mr. Read's sense of humor and dramatic talent 
serve to add a lively touch to his classes. He reads widely, is well in- 
formed, and has a deep feeling for poetry. And finally we would not 
forget his amiability and his friendliness. His appreciation of us when 
we are good, his tolerance of us when we are not so good have won 
our affection. 




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HENRY O. READ 



FOREWORD 



It is with pride in our past that we present The 1947 Rainbow. The 
historic Richmond Academy, chartered in 1783, has grown from a 
simple frame structure to our present modern brick building. From its 
doors ha\'e gone forth generations of boys, who became the mainstay 
of our community and state. This richness of heritage lends the Acad- 
emy a dignity that is reflected in student and teacher alike. The Junior 
College of Augusta, founded in 1925, represents a flowering of that 
interest in education which has characterized our people from the 
eighteenth century onward. It too has sent forth its students who 
gained honor in higher institutions and became useful citizens. The 
record of former Junior College students is indeed commendable and 
has served to establish the reputation of our College as one of the finest. 

It is with faith in our future that we present The 1947 Rainbow. 
We look forward to that time when our campus shall have many beau- 
tiful buildings, fulfilling long-felt needs. We envision the time when 
our dream of a four year college shall be a reality. 




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THE TRUSTEES OF THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTl 



Landon Thomas 
Joseph B. Gumming 
Robert Walton 



Berry Fleming 

Warren Bothwcll 

E. C. B. Danforth, Jr. 



THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF RICHMOND COUNTY 



T. M. Nickles, President 

W. F. Burton, Vice-President 

Mrs. Fred L. Powell 

Robert J. Watson 

Mrs. John W. Walker 

M. W. Boyle 

Mrs. James F. Mulligan 

Bert Reed 

Samuel E. Doolittle, Jr. 

F. J. Pritchard 

J. O. Jones 



S. D. Copeland, Secretary and 

Superintendent of Schools 
Donald M. Kelly 
J. Glover Gushman 
W. R. Brigham 
William P. Gongdon 
Hogan Dunaway 
Glaude E. Sconyers 
E. J. Richards 
Robert M. Collins 
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ADMINISTRATION 



The PRESIDENT 




Eric West Hardy, A.B., M.A., Litt.D. 



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I commend to you that you be men and 
women of FAITH. FAITH is love taking the 
form of aspiration. It makes the discords of 
the present into the harmonies of the future. 
It unlocks the cabinet of God's treasure. It is 
the inspiration of nobleness, the strength of 
integrity and the courage of the soul. 

Cultivate faith in yourself, your fellowman, 
the boundless future, and God. 




and The DEAN 




Anton Paul Markert, B.S. in C.E., M.A. 




A Word to Our Graduates^ 

I wish to congratulate you and wish you 
happiness and success in the days of life which 
lie ahead. You have each achieved a goal, 
but I hope you will not stop at this point. 
The World demands educated, trained men 
and women. You must take your rightful place 
of leadership in our nation. Go on to higher 
goals and nobler heights of achievement. 



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Miss Effie Neibling 
Registrar 




Miss Sidney Sanders 

Secretary 



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Miss Jeanne Satcher and Miss Billie Fell 
Office Assistants 




The FACULTY 



Margaii-t Bailie, B.S. 
B.L.S. 



Giorge v. Bennett, B.S.; 
M.A. 



G. Langston Bolton, B.S. 



James Morgan Buckner, 
B.S. : M.A. 



O'Neal W. Chandler, B.S. 



Eugene M. Clark, 
B.S. in Com. 



M.A. 



Elroy Du Puis, A.B.; 
A.M. 





Charles M. Etheredge, 
A.B. 



John Evans Eubanks, 
A.B.; M.A. 



Lawrence A. Fox, A.B. 



N. L. Galloway, B.S. ; 
M.A. 



L. A. GriiTin, B.S. Ag. ; 
M.S. 



John Thomas Hains, B.S. 



Mrs. M. WUlard Hall 
B.S. 



John P. Heuser, 
1st Sgt., Inf. 



Claude Monroe Hill, Jr., 
B.A. 



John W. Hogan, A.B. 



Eugene M. Home, B.S.A. 



Kenneth T. Houck, B.S. 



George T. Howard, 
B.S.; LL.B. 



T. J. Huffman, A.B.; 
M.A. 



Robert W. Johnson, Jr., 
B.S. 



Robert N. Keepers, A.B. 





William R. Kennedy 
Garnett T. Langford, B.S. 




J. Curtis Luckey, Sr., 3.3. 



William L. Maden, 
A.B .; M.A. 



Henrv P. Mills, Major 
CAC, B.A.; M.A. 



Joseph Rufus Moseley, 
B.S.: M.S. 



Charles Harold Mitchell, 
A.B.; M.A. 



John A. Nattress, 1st Lt., 
B.S. in I.E. 



Wilfred T. Neill, Jr., B.S. 



Joseph J. Nixon, Jr., 
B.A.; M.A. 



Lynn Ogden 

Auburn G. Owens, A.B. 



Lester R. Patrick, Maj., 
A.B. 



Henry O. Read, Ph.B.; 
M.A. 



Louis E. Reese, B.S. 




John Shealy Reiser, B.S. 





Roy E. Rollins, 
A.B.; M.A. 



George M. Scott, A.B. ; 
B.Litt.: M.A. 



A. H. Simmons, A.B. ; 
Th.M. 



B. Roy Smith, A.B. 



Wendell Sullivan, A.B. 




Chester M. Sutton, 
A.B.; M.A. 



Joseph LeConte Talley, 
B.S.; M.S. 




William E. Templeton, 
B.A. 




Charles W. Tully, 
S, Sgt R.O.T.C. 



Harry S. Young, 
B.S.; M.S. 



George M. Dasher 



Lloyd H. Jackson 



Norman C. Smith, 
B.S. in I.E. 



Charles W. Tully, 
S/Sgt. R.O.T.C. 



Harrv S. Young, 
B.S.; M.S. 




THE COLLEGE 



OPHOMORE 




Class 

President Nancy Williams 

Vice-President Joseph E. Faulkner 

Secretary - Florence Rush 

Treasurer - James E. Drane, Jr. 

Student Council Anna Olive 




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Williams 



Rush 



Drane 





Adams 
Brown 



Austin 
Cashin 



Bailey 
Conselyea 



Bridges 
Cooper 



Adam Andrews 

Veterans' Club 2; President 2; Basketball 1, 2; Student 
Council 2. 



George Edward Cashin 

Triangle Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; German Club 1; Pre-Tech 
Club 1 ; Tennis Team 2 ; Rainbow Staff 2. 



Allen Austin 



Milton Bailey, Jr. 
Glee Club 1. 



Theda Blanche Conselyea 

German Club 1, 2, Vice-President 1, Secretary 2; Phi Gam- 
ma Sigma 2, Treasurer 2; J.C.A. Literar\' Society 2; Honor 
i ; Phi Theta Kappa 2 ; Alpha Mu Chi 2. 



Billy Mac Bridges 



Mary Alice Cooper 

German Club 2; Phi Gamma Sigma 2; J.C.A. Literary So- 
ciety 2, Secretary 2; Glee Club 1. 



Jeannine Brown 

High Honor 1 ; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 




Covar 
Drane, J. E. 



Creed 
Drane, M. 



Dobyns 
Elsey 



Doughty 
Ewing 



Barbara Jean Covar 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Rainbow Staff 2; 
Sponsor 1. 



James Emmett Drane, Jr. 

Sabre Club 1; Lt. Colonel 1; DeMolay 1, 2; Triangle Club 
1,2; Treasurer of Class 2; Rainbow Staff 2. 



Albert Creed 



Gracia June Dobyns 

Glee Club 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Musketeer Staff 1 ; J.C.A. Literary 
Society 2; Phi Gamma Sigma 2, Secretary 2; Alpha Mu Chi 
2. 



Martha Jean Drane 

Glee Club 1 ; Rainbow Staff 2, Assistant Editor 2; Musketeer 
Staff 1, 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2; Alpha Mu Chi 2; 
School Play 1. 



Marian O. Elsey 

J.C.A. Literary Society 2; Glee Club 1. 



Mary Elizabeth Doughty 



Nancy Ewing 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2, President 2; Sponsor 1. 




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Faulk 




Faulkner 


Fell 


George 




Gilliland, B. 


Gilliland, J. 


F. M. Faulk, Jr. 






Betty George 


Captain 1 ; Pre-Tech Club 1. 









Fusscll 
Heslen, 



Joseph E. Faulkner 

Triangle Club 1, 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 2; Phi Gamma 
Sigma 2; Class Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2; Honor 1; Major 1, Lt. Colonel 2: Sabre Club 2; 
Rainbow Staff 2, Military Editor; Student Council, 2; 
School Play. 2. 



Billie Elizabeth Fell 

Rainbow Staff 2, Advertising Mgr. 2 ; Glee Club 1 ; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2 ; Phi Gamma Sigma 2 ; J.C.A. Literary So- 
ciety 2; Honors 1, 2. 



Betty Gilliland 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2 ; President Class 1 ; Cheer Leader 1; 

Sponsor 1, 2; Superlative 1; Student Council 1; Rainbow 
Beauty Section 2 ; School Play 1 : Best AIl-Round 1 , 2. 



Joney Gilliland 
Veterans" Club 2. 



Frank C. Hesler 
Phalanx 2. 



Aurelia Ann Fussell 
Sponsor 1. 




Hodgens 
Jue 



Hughes 
Kemp 



Joe 

King 



Johnson 
Knuck 



Harold Frederick Hodgens 

German Club 1, 2; Basketball 1 ; Rho Chi 1, 2, Secretary 2; 
Musketeer Staff 1, 2; Rainbow Staff 1, 2; Phi Gamma Sig- 
ma 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2. 



John Lawrence Hughes 



Dorothy Jue 



James A. Kemp 
Phi Theta Kappa 2; German Club 1. 2, President 1, Vice- 
President 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 2, President 2; Phi 
Gamma Sigma 2; Rho Chi 1, 2, Secretary 1, Vice-Presi- 
dent 2; Valedictorian 2: Highest Honor 1; Rainbow Staff 1. 



Pauline Joe 

Basketball Team I, 2; Musketeer Staff 2; Student Council 
1, 2; Honor 1. 



Connie King 

Zcta Rho Sigma 1, 2, Secretary and Treasurer 2; Cheer 
Leader 1. 2; Secretary of Class 1 ; Superlative 1; School 
Play I. 



Julius Traylor Johnson 

fierman Club 1,2: ].C..\. Literary Society 1, Treasurer 2; 
Alpha Mu Chi 2; Rho Chi 2; Sabre Club 1; First Lieu- 
tenant 1. 



Betty Ann Knuck 
Drum Majorette 1. 




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Levy 
Morris 



McAbee 
Mulherin 



Minis 
Olive 



Mitchell 
Popkin 



Irvin Leonard Levy 

Sabre Club 1; German Club 1; First Lieutenant 1. 



Dorothy Mobley Morris 

Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Alpha Mu Chi 2, 
Reporter 2; J.C.A. Literars- Society 2; Rainbow Staflf 2; 
School Play 1, 2. 



Bill McAbee, Jr. 

Basketball 1, 2; Veterans' Club 2. 



Lois Mulherin 

Zeta Rho Sigma 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Phi Gamma Sigma 
2; Rainbow Beauty Section 2; Sponsor 2. 



Mary Claire Mims 



Anna Elizabeth Olive 

J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2; Phi Gamma Sigma 2, Reporter 
2; Honor 1; Student Council 1, 2, Vice-President 2; Glee 
Club 1 : Phi Theta Kappa 2; Rainbow Staff 1, 2, Associate 
Editor 1, 2; Musketeer Staff 2; Sponsor 1; School Play 2. 



Marcella Ann Mitchell 

High Honor 1; Student Council I, 2; J.C..'\. Literary So- 
ciety 1; Alpha Mu Chi 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



Annette L Popkin 
Basketball 1, 2. 




Puikall 
Satcher 



Rainey 
Scarborough 



Rhency 
Schweers 



Rush 
Scott, M. 



Maude Ella Purkall 

German Club I ; Honor 1 ; J.C.A. Literary Society 2 ; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2; Student Council 1. 



Jeanne Satcher 

Rainbow Staff 2, Business Mgr. 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Phi 
Gamma Sigma 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2; High Honor 
1, 2. 



Gordon Rainey, Jr. 
Triangle Club 2. 



Betty Louise Scarborough 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



Martha C. Rheney 

Rainbow Staff 1 : Student Council I ; High Honor I ; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2. 



Mary Catherine Schweers 

Zeta Rho Sigma 2 ; Cheerleader 2 ; Superlative 2 ; Most 
Popular 2. 



Fletcher Fort Rush 

Triangle Club 1, 2, Chaplain 1, President 2; DeMolay 1, 
2, Master Counselor 1,2; Sabre Club 1, 2, Vice-President 2; 
First Lieutenant 1; Captain 2; Best Drilled Platoon 1; Pre- 
Tech Club 1; Glee Club 1; Secretary of Class 2; Rainbow 
Staff 1, 2, .Activities Editor 2; Superlative 2. 



Kathryn Miriam Scott 

J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2, Secretary 1. 




Scott, V. 
Thomas 



Smith 
Thompson 



Spears 
Wardlaw 



Sprouse 
Webb 



Vivian Frances Scott 



Joe Thomas 



John Scurry Smith 

Triangle Club 2 ; Vice-President of Class 1 ; Student Coun- 
cil 1, President 1 : Sabre Club 1 ; Superlative 2. 



Elizabeth J. Thompson 

High Honor 1; German Club 1; J.C.A. Literary So(iet>' 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



Robert Spears 



Wallace Wardlaw 



Joel Franklin Sprouse 

J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2; Rho Chi 1, 2, President 2; 
Glee Club 1; German Club 1, 2, President 2; Rainbow Staff 
1, Literary- Editor 1; Alpha Mu Chi 2, Treasurer 2; Phi 
Gamma Sigma 2, President 2; Musketeer Staff 1, 2, Literary 
Editor 1,2; Basketball 1. 



Emily Webb 

J. C. A. Literar>' Society 2, Vice-President 2; Glee Clubl; 
Student Council 1,2; Phi Gamma Sigma 2; German Club 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2; Rainbow Staff 1, 2; Assistant Editor 2; 
Honor 1 . 




Wheeler 
Williams, N. 



Whitaker 
Wren 



Whitney 
Young 



Williams, J. 
Yablon 



Bebc Wheeler 

Zeta Rho Sigma 2 ; Phi Gamma Sigma 2; Phi Theta Kappa 
2; German Club 2; Honor 1; Rainbow Staff 1, 2, Circula- 
tion Mgr. 2; Glee Club 1; J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2; 
Student CoiincU 1. 2. 



Nancy Louise Williams 

President of Class 2; Student Council 1, 2; J.C.A. Literary 
Society 1, 2, Vice-President 1; Phi Gamma Sigma 2; Rain- 
bow Staff 1, 2, Art Editor 1, 2; Musketeer Staff 1; Honor 



1; School Play 2; Sponsor 1. 



Barney Bee Whitaker, Jr. 

Triangle Club 1, 2, Vice-President 1, 2; DeMolay 1, 2; 
First Lieutenant 1; Captain Band 1, 2; Sabre Club 1, 2; 
Musketeer Staff 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Band Medal 1; Youth 
Week Mayor 2. 



Margie lone Wren 

Rainbow Staff 1, 2, Art Editor 1, Editor-in-Chief 2; High- 
est Honor 1; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Battey Medal for Ora- 
tory 1 ; Musketeer Staff 1; Student Council 1. 2, Secretary 
1, 2; J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2; School Play 2. 



C. Barry Whitney 

Triangle Club 1, 2; Sabre Club 1, 2, Secretary 2; Rifle 
Team 1, 2, Captain 1, 2; Tennis 2; Captain 1; Lt. Col. 2. 



Frank Allen Young 

Musketeer Staff 1; Lieutenant 1; Captain 2; Triangle Club 
1,2; Sabre Club 1, 2; Phi Gamma Sigma 2; J.C.A. Literary 
Society 2; DeMolay 1, 2; Rainbow Staff 2; School Play 2. 



Beverly Jean Williams 



Sanford Yablon 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



We, the Sophomore Class of J.C.A.-1947, being of generous heart but feeble in- 
tellect and wishing to bestow upon our successors some atom of encouragement — 
do hereby declare and publish this, Our Last Will and Testament: 

Item I. I, Marian Elsey, do will and bequeath to the Junior College of Au- 

gusta, a ton of coal, to keep the first floor warm. 

Item II. I, George Cashin, do will and bequeath to "Red" Williams my large 
supply of energy and the right to disagree with all at the "Mighty 
Triangle" meetings. 

Item III. I, Skebo Rush, do will and bequeath to all the poor Freshmen my 
quiet poise and ability to stay quiet in the library. 

Item IV. I, Martha Drane, do will and bequeath to Conrad McGahee our two 
lockers so that next year he'll have enough room for comic books, 
field manuals, a sabre and all other assorted junk. 

Item V. I, Julius Johnson, do will and bequeath to someone in the Freshman 
Class my "ability" for getting "in Dutch." 

Item VI. We, Blanche Conselyea and June Dobyns, do will and bequeath our 
outstanding ability for getting tossed out of the library "for the rest 
of the semester" every day to Joe Tucker. 

Item VII. I, Sophomore Joney Gilliland, 1947, do will and bequeath my books 
and locker to Joney Gilliland, sophomore, 1948. 

Item VIII. I, Jeannine Brown, do will and bequeath to Jimmy Avery "his" locker, 
which I have used for the past two years, so he will have a place to 
put his books for at least one year. 

Item IX. We, Billie Fell and Jeanne Batcher, do will and bequeath to Sydney 
Sanders our task of trying to keep the clock ringing at the right times 
so the teachers won't "fuss" when the periods run over-time. 

Item X. We, Barney Whitaker and Frank Young, do will and bequeath to the 
future generation our politics. To Mr, Read "We Leave." 

Item XL I, Vivian Scott, do will and bequeath to Joanne Mansfield, my ability 
talk Mr. Moseley out of those assignments for Fridays. 

Item XII. We, Mary Alice Cooper and Emily Webb, do will and bequeath our 
desks in Mr. Cordle's history class to any two people capable of worry- 
ing Mr. Cordle as we did. 

Item XIII. I, James Kemp, do will and bequeath to J.C.A. the hope that Mr. 
Read will have another "smart bird^^ next year. 

Item XIV. I, Miriam Scott, do will and bequeath to Marie Statham my ability 
settle down to only one guy! 

Item XV. I, Nancy Williams, do will and bequeath my position in the book- 
store and my job as art editor of The R.\inbo\v to two ambitious 
freshmen because it will take two people to do justice to both jobs. 

Item XVI. I, Anna Olive, do will and bequeath my ability to laugh at anything 
to anybody fool enough to .- 

Item XVII. I, Margie Wren, do will and bequeath to next year's Editor-in-Chief 
a co-Editor-in-Chief as handsome, noble, good-natured, and worthless 
as Charlie A. Cooper in the hope that she may have to do all the work. 




CLASS PROPHECY^1947 



I've hear it told the way 
To raise a voodoo spirit up 
Is at midnight to drink a cup 
Of potion brewed for half a day. 
But Time so elusive is said to be 
That none can ever really know 
How he may be sought, and so 
Thus it came about you see. 
I fell asleep at bright noonday 
And dreamed the strangest dream 
That seemed so real that I deem 
It best to set it down this way. 

I walked down the street of Augusta, G.A. 

When I saw a man coming my way 

And then I knew it was Joe. 

"Why, Joe Faulkner, you old so and so, 

How are you coming along?" 

"Say, Margie, you can't go wrong 

If you say I'm as fit as can be 

And you look fine, a sight to see. 

When did you get back from Brazil? 

I'll bet you've got news that would fill 

My column. My dead line is near 

And a columnist always finds news dear." 

"Well, my family, as ever is fine 

My husband is building a telephone line 

To cross South America. My si.\ boys 

Are plenty of trouble but still my joys. 

My latest book's success isn't too bright. 

I guess I'd do better to cook than write. 

I saw Frank Young down in Uruguay 

He's going to be the new dictator, they say. 

In Rio a psychiatrist is Blanche Conselyea 

She's more than successful and is there to stay. 

H. Hodgens and J. Kemp are crossing the Andes 

They'll be very famous if first they don't freeze. 

Jenny Brown is the toast of the Argentine; 

She's quite a sensation, the new dance (|iieen. 



Martha Rheney, Dr. Gallop's successor and pal. 

Is polling the passers through the Panama Canal. 

Marion Elsey is a Senora, I hear; 

In Chile she found her a millionaire. 

Billy Mac Bridges is traveling Peru 

Teaching the natives just what is true. 

With him is Peggy Duckett, his recent bride, 

Who writes detective stories on the side. 

Milton Bailey, a former land lubber, 

Down at Cape Horn hunts whales for blubber. 

.\nd Marcella Mitchell is our new diplomat 

In Colombia. And that, my friend, is that." 

"Well," said Joe, "that's quite a lot of news, 

Some of which I can more than use." 

"Now," I said, "tell me what you hear 

About all our friends both far and near." 

"Sure thing. Betty Thompson's white rat farm 

When the rats escaped caused quite an alarm. 

Levy and Popkin are quite a team 

Of lawyers, so it would seem. 

Mary Alice Cooper, who's now Mrs. Home 

Is the proud mother of a third daughter just born. 

Billie Fell owns a powerful radio station 

Her technicolor television's the talk of the nation. 

Gordon Rainey and Barney Whitaker aie just elected 

Members of council, but still they're dejected 

Because our mayor is Barbara J. Covar 

And, well-1-1, you know how women are. 

Bebe Wheeler, our new weatherman, is seen 

To predict frequent rains (they make everything green) 

George Cashin owns a swank beauty shop. 

He's made so much money he can't seem to stop. 

Anna Olive, up in New York, paints handsome males 

.And uses her pictures for collar-ad sales. 

Adam Andrews has discovered a new process 

To remove wrinkles, and it's quite a success. 

Fletcher Rush in Chicago built a building so tall 

When standing beside it it makes him look small. 

Barry Whitney is Hollywood's new find; 



He fascinates women^ he treats them so kind. 

Anne Fussel married a traveling man. 

At last reports they were in Japan. 

Wallace Wardlaw is a lecturer now 

And he's a powerful speaker, I'll allow. 

Pauline Joe has formed some new women's clubs. 

They care for lost kittens and stray bear cubs. 

Allen Austin is over in France 

Showing the French girls how to romance. 

Up in New York June Dobyns thrills 'em. 

In her new murder play I hear she chills 'em. 

Betty Gilliland's husband owns a copper mine 

Her three growing boys arc doing just fine. 

John Hughes bought Stone Mountain they say 

And now sells granite laoth night and day. 

Mary Doughty is the new Emily Post ; 

About the correct thing she knows the most. 

Bill McAhce pilots a stunt plane 

And in spare moments raises sugar cane. 

F. M. Faulk became an electrical engineer 

And shocks the nation with electrified beer. 

Emily Webb, I think, married a Texas Ranger 

And now leads a life of romance and danger. 

Pete Dranc has developed a bomb, I hear, 

That makes people sing and laugh and cheer. 

Joney Gilliland at last reports 

Was teaching Arabs all about sports. 

Sanford Yablon is now in Norway 

Where he's a geometry teacher they say. 

As a horticulturist Albert Creed 

Is renowned for his various flowers and seed. 

Cortez Powell is now manufacturing a shirt 

The sight of which entices the girls to flirt. 

Jean Williams is living up in Tennessee 

She found a mountaineer who suited her to a T. 

Frank Heslen married a professor's daughter 

And now earns a living selling mineral water. 

Joe Thomas has become a ghost writer, I hear 

It's a pity his ghost writings can't disappear. 

Martha Dranc settled down and married Conrad. 

Their son isn't like them, but's a likely lad. 

Jeanne Satchcr became a lawyer's secretary, 

And soon he was signing a contract to marry. 

A tight rope walker is Betty George 

She's soon to cross Niagara gorge. 

Nancy Ewing married a great swimming star, 

Who owns two houses, two pools, and a car. 

A fine trained nurse is Dorothy Jue 

In her nursing she's excelled by few. 

A famous athlete is Mary Claire Minis. 

She rides and golfs, plays tennis and swims. 

"Sis" Schweers has gained her fame 

By writing a book, "What's In a Name." 

Julius Johnson tired of cavities and teeth to yank 

Retired as a dentist and now works in a bank. 

A doctor married Betty Ann Knuck 

She's content with her man and praises her luck. 

Dorothy Morris is a Broadway star 

As a stage queen she's kno\\n near and far. 



Little Connie King has really made the money 

Demonstrating energy pills, she's cute and funny. 

Bill Besson is a scientific farmer 

He grows cotton that keeps you warmer. 

Rose Davis has become the leader 

Of a firm that makes chests of cedar. 

Bob Spears joined the Navy and so 

Now he has become a C.P.O. 

Clifford Ellis became a teacher in our schools. 

But soon gave it up to manufacture tools. 

D. W. Ollerich has gone out west 

In oil wells his savings to invest. 

Clarence Sikes sells oil-burning heaters 

They'i-e said to be nicer and cleaner and neater. 

Emory Appling moved to California state 

And raises lemons that really rate. 

Lois Mulherin has repeated successes 

In Los Angeles where she's a designer of dresses. 

Betty Scarborough lives in Idaho 

And raises pink potatoes that are all the go. 

Julian Hammond sells sporting goods 

And in spare times hunts in the woods. 

Ed Pippen runs his yachts up the Chesapeake 

He's so rich and good lookmg it makes me feel weak. 

Frank Sprouse was in Africa when last heard from, 

As an explorer, well, he's lietter than some. 

In Florida Geraldine Smith runs a hotel 

Where the accommodations are simply swell. 

Photographers Miriam and Vivian, formerly Scotts, 

Specialize in candid camera shots. 

John Smith became a hermit on Lake Louise 

For him the outdoor life is sure to please. 

And, say, Nancy Williams has wide-spread fame 

Since a fancy pin-up artist she became. 

Why, Margie, the coming sensation is, you know — " 

But here Joe began to talk so slow 

And his fading form seemed to come and go. 

With a start I awoke, and so it would seem 

All this revelation was naught but a dream. 



FRESHMEN 



iss tutiicers 

President - Joyce James 

Vice-President John Childress 

Secretary _ Shirley Ragsdale 

Treasurer Ivan Parker 

Student Council Connie Gallagher 






James 



Childress 



Ragsdale 



Parker 





Catherine Ackle.'- 



Colleen Ackle; 



Patricia Ann Allison 



Frank W, Anderson 



Jean H. Andirson 



John T. Anderson, Jr. 



James B. Avcra 
James Edward Averv 



Bernard S. li lilev, |r 



Marv Baile 



Henrv T. Barrett 



J. 'lobin Biirrctt 



Barbara Bassford 



Margaret Baynard 



Barbara Beall 



Clarence A. Belger 



Josephine H. Benson 



Roland Aclair Benson 



Bill Blanrhard 



Elder Frances Boggus 



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Mushie G. Bolgla 
George B. Boswell 



Thomas B. Bowden 



Jack F. Bowles 



Mary Broome 



Wm. C, Burch 



Stewart G. Capers 



Mabert Calk 



Georgia E. Carter 
Henry J. Cashin 



J. Hansel Cason 



Dewev Cave 



John L. Childress 



Flournoy Eugene Christie 




Theresa Christie 



Samuel B. Claytor 



Frank Leonard Cochrane 



Jimmic C. Coleman 



Bobbv G. Collins 



Edgar B. Crowson 













Cornelius M. Crouch 



Ann Daniel 



Peggy Dcmlv 



Tom Doughlv 



Virginia Louise Dover 



Carl Durden 



Bobbie Kuhlke Dursse 



Mary Nell Edwards 



John J. Egbert, Jr. 



Henry O. Eubanks 




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William M. Eubanks, Jr. 



Roscniarv Faulkner 



Billie Fe 



Julia Fields 



William M. Fleming, Jr. 



[oyce Malloiy Freeman 



Connie Gallagher 



Frederick S. Gary 



William S. George 
Margaret Gilbert 




^Ma^ 




Josephine Greine; 



Blanche K. Hairison 



Harriet E. Heins 



Julia Marie Heng 



William Lee Herndon 



Anne T. Heslen 



Johnny Hewttt 



Joan F. Higgins 



Doris Holland 



Charles E. Hoover 



Charles E. Hooper 
Hottv Hughes 



!Ia/el Constance Ivey 
David V. Jackson 



Joyce James 
Jinx Jenkins 



David L. Johnson 
Joe H. Johnson, Jr. 



W. B. Kennedy 



Mary Grace Killingsworth 








Ray A. Lackman 



Marion P. Lariscy 



Joe L. Lemon 
John L. Lemon 



John F. Lcnz 



J. Wallace Lewis 



LeRoy Lewis 



J. H. Mainor 



Jane Marriott 



Ed Martin 



T. A. Maxwell 



Fred L. McDonald 



Malcom McElveen 



Robert A. McFeeley 



Marguerite McGraw 
Phillip McKagen 



Charles L. McLarty 



Elmo S. McNeil 



Arthur Merry 



Carl Merlins 




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Constance H. Miller 



M. K. Monk, Jr. 



Lawrence W. Morris 



Betty Lou Moxley 



Robert C. Mulligan 



Harry G. Nevin 



Charles P. Owens 



Dorothy Parker 



Ivan Parker II 



Esther Parrish 



Bett\' Lorraine Patterson 



Hall Peebles 



Calvin M. Polatty 
Joy Dell Presley 



Fred Eugene Pritchard 



W. Jack Pritchard 



Wyatt E. Propst 
Shirley Ann Ragsdale 



Carlin DeWitt Rainey 



Robert L. Richards 





Oscar A. Richardson 



Mary June Robertson 



Mai">' Georgia Rountree 



William A. Rowe, Jf- 



Fred Rucker 



Margaret Rupert 



Brttv Sacre 



Marv Ellen Sain 



Elizabeth Schweers 



Noel Schweers 



Pegg>' Schweers 



Henry D. Scoggins 



John F. Scoggins 



John Scroggs 



Sara Stiles Seago 
Betty Anne Sego 



William F. Shipman 
Fielder Simpson 



S. M. Sinipkins 



Piiiil L. Sims 





Bessie Constantine Smaragdis 



Harold H. Smith 



Mary W. Spradley 



Marie Statham 



Mary Lou Stephenson 



Carolyn Stratacos 



Rebekah Thompson 



C. B. Thurmond 



Sara Trimmici 



Joe A. Tucker 



Carolyn Turner 



Harold Tyson 



Jean Walker 



Gordon E. Walters 



Milledge W. Weathers 
Johnny Whitaker 



Kenneth W. Widener 



Susanne Crenshaw Wilcox 



William Talbert Williams 



J. D, Wright 







Ralph Youngblood 



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The CADET: 




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Lass ameers 

President John Fleming 

Vice-President Wray Farlow 

Secretary _ Bert Harbin 

Treasurer Berry Blemker 

Student Council Billy Fleming 




Fleming 



Farlow 



Harbin 



Blemkii 





Edgar G. Adams — Band 1, 2, 3, Sergeant 4. 

James W. Adams 

Jesse F. Aldridge— D. C. T. Club 4. 

Robert B. Anderson — Honors 2. 

Bobby H. Ansley— Honor 1, High Honor 2, Highest Honor 3; Sabre Club 4; Beta Club 4,; 
Literary Society 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; Sergeant 2, 3, Lieutenant 4: Merit Bar 4; Swim- 
ming Team 4. 

Norman E. Arrington — Sergeant 4. 

Armin E. Barton — Richmond Hi-Y 4; DeMolay 4; Rainbow Staff 4. 

Ralph L Barton 

Berrien B. Blemker—Transfer 3; Varsity Football, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4, AU-GIAA 
Team, All-Tournament Team 4; Track 3, 4; Golf, Captain, 3; Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4, 
Vice-President, President 4; Beta Club 3, Chaplain 4; Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, First 
Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club, Chaplain 4; Musketeer Staff 3, 4, Literary Editor 3, Sports 
Editor 4; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 3; Treasurer, Senior Class, 4; Gold "R" Society 4. 

Ralph H. Boerckel— "B" Varsity Football 3; "B" Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Football 4, 5; 
Corporal 2, Sergeant 3. 



Anderson 
Ansley 




Barton, R. L 



Blemker 



Boerckel, R. 




Boerckcl, R. A. 
Brinkley 



Bowdidge 



Robert A. Boerckcl — "B" Varsity Football 3. 

Harry N. Bohler 

Robert M. Boulineau — Honor 1, 2. 

John S. Bowdidge — Transfer 3; Band 3, 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 4; DeMolay 4; Musketeer 
Staff 4. 

Tolly Brinklev — "B" Varsity Football 1; "A" Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 3; 
Class Officer 1. 

Jabie A. Brooks— "B" Varsity Football 2, 3; "A" Varsity Football 4; Track 3; Class Officer 
2, 3; Sergeant 3, Captain 4; Sabre Club 4. 

Gaston D. Brown — Academy Hi-Y 4; DeMolay 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 2, 3; "B" Varsity 
Football 2; Sergeant 3, 4, First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 

Richard E. Burch 

Thomas L. Campbell — Sergeant 4. 

Otis George Cartledge, Jr. — Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; DeMolay 3, 4; Track Manager 3; Sergeant 4. 




Brooks 



Brown 



Burch 



Campbell 



Cartledge 




Chandler 



Clark 



Clayton 



Colli. 



Cooper, C. A. 




Fred F. Chandler — Academy Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 4; DeMoIay 4; Corporal 1, 2, Ser- 
geant 3, 4; Track 4. 

Charles H. Clark 

Thomas Clayton — Transfer 3; Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Secretary 4; "A" Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Sergeant 4, Lieutenant 4; Rainbow Staff 4; DeMolay 4; 
Best Drilled Company and Platoon 3. 

Lamar Collie, Jr.— Honor 2; Gold "R" Society 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3; DeMolay 
3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Corporal 1, Sergeant 1, 2, 3, Lieutenant 4, Captain 4; Merit Bar 
3; Prize Company 1 ; Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, President 4; Rifle Team 4. 

Charles A, Cooper — Annual Staff, Editor-in-Chief, 4; Musketeer Staff 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; 
First Lieutenant 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 3; Academy Hi-Y 4; DeMolay 3, 4; Swim- 
ming team 4. 

James P. Cooper — "A" Varsity Football 4. 

John R. Cornelison 

Ed G. Coursey — Sergeant 4; Track 3, 4; "A" Varsity Football 4; Baseball 2. 

Lester A. Crouch — Sergeant 2, 3, 4, 5, Lieutenant 5; Varsity Basketball 4, 5. 

Stanley Crouch — Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, 4, Band; Band Medal 3. 



Cooper, J. P. 




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Corneilson 



Coursey 



Crouch, L. A. 



Crouch. S. 




Davidson 
Dorsey 




Davis, H. A 



John B. Davidson, Jr.— Honor 1, 3; D. C. T. Club 4. 

Harry A. Davis — Sergeant 5 ; D. C. T. Club 3, 4. 

Lonnic E. Davis 

Earl Haynie DeLoach — Corporal 1, 2, Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 4, Captain 5; Prize Company 
and Squad 2; Manager "B" Varsity Football 3. 

LeLand Edward Dorsey 

Wilbur Lee Edgar— Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant 3, 4; Band Medal 3. 

E. S. Epstein III — Honor 2, 3; Sergeant 3, 4; Academy Literary Society 2, 3. 

Elbert Wray Farlow, Jr.— High Honor 1, Honor 2; Gold "R" Society 4; Class Officer 3, 4 : 
Varsity Football and Track Manager 4; Musketeer Staff 4; .Annual Staff 3, 4; Rich- 
mond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; DeMolay 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Corporal I, Sergeant 
1, 3, First Lieutenant 4; Best Drilled Cadet 1; Literary Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, 
President 4; Student Council 4; Tennis Team 4; Swimming Team 4. 

John Fleming — Sergeant 1, 3, Captain 4, Major 4; Student Council 3, 4, Secretary- 3, 
Treasurer 4; Secretary of Class 2, President of Class 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; Richmond 
Hi-Y 2, 3; Honor 2, 3; "B" Varsity Football 2; "A" Varsity Football 3, 4(: "B" Varsity 
Basketball 1; "A" Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Gold "R" Society 4. 

W. H. Fleming — Honor 1, High Honor 2, Highest Honor 3; Musketeer Staff 2; Sergeant 1, 
3, First Lieutenant 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, President 4; Rifle Team 3, 4: Rifle 
Team Medal 3; Tennis Team 4; "B" Varsity Football 2 ; "B" Varsity Basketball 2 ; 
Student Council 4; Gold "R" Society 4; Sabre Club 4 ; President of State Beta 
Clubs 4. 



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Edgar 



Epstein 



Farlow 



Fleming, John 



Fleming, W. H. 




Fogel 



Frierson 



Fulmer 



Graham 



Gramincr 



Myron J. Fogel — Honor 1, 2, 3; Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Sergeant 3, 4; Merit 
Bar 3 ; Annual Staff 4, Musketeer Staff 4. 

Leon R. Frierson 

C. L. Fulmer — Literary Society 1; Musketeer Staff 2; Corporal 1, 2 ; First Lieutenant 4; 
Sabre Club 4. 




Robert C. Graham — Academy Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; DeMolay 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 3; Merit Bar 2, 3. 

Joseph F. Grammer 

Dabney C. Graybill— Honor 1, 2, 3; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Literary Society 1, 2, 3; 
Sergeant 3, 4. 

Sol V. Greene, Jr.— D. C. T. Club 4. 

Everett D. Harbeson— D. C. T. Club 4. 

Herbert W. Hair — Corporal 1, Sergeant 2, Second Lieutenant 3, 4; Sabre Club 3, 4; Academy 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Medal 3. 

Bert Dykes Harbin — Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Track Manager 1; Varsity Football Manager 2, 4; 
Treasurer of Class 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4; Best Drilled Squad 1. 



Graybill 




Greene 



Harbeson 



Hnir 



Harbin 





Harelik 
Heng 



Hargrove 



Harvley 



Heard 



Melvin M. Harelik— Honor 1, 3, High Honor 2; Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; 
Musketeer StafT 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4. 

Richard S. Hargrove — Honor 2; Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4, First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; 
DeMolay 3, 4, Senior Counselor 4; Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 4. 

Ronald H. Harvley — Transfer 4. 

E. L. Heard— Beta Club 3, 4. 

John Munn Heng — High Honor 1 , 3, Highest Honor 2 ; George Traylor Memorial Medal 2 ; 
Beta Club 3, 4; Literars' Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1; Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4; 
Valedictorian 4. 

Jack Herrington — D. C. T. Club 4; Sergeant 4. 

James F. Hogan 

Robert L. Humphries — Musketeer Staff 2; Sergeant 4; Rifle Team 4; Best-Drilled Squad 3. 

Harold H. Hunter — "B" Varsity Football 1; First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 

Walker P. Inman— Golf 3, 4 ; Sergeant 3, 4. 




Herrington 



Hogan 



Humphries 



Hunter 



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Johnson, C. M. 



Johnson, N. V. 



JoUes 



Jones, B. 




Robert Joe 

Clarence M. Johnson 

Noel V. Johnson 

Howard P. Jolles — High Honor 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Literary Society 3, 4; Musketeer 
Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Sergeant 3; Merit Bar 4. 

Brandon Jones 

Louis C. Jones 

Robert M. Kitchens 

David C. Klinck — Sergeant 4. 

William G. Lange — Sergeant 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 4; DeMolay 4; Band Cham- 
pionship Medal 4; Orchestra 3. 

Eddie Leopard 



Jours. L. C. 






Kitchens 



Klinck 



Lange 



Leopard 




Luckey 




Levy 
Lum 



Gerald E. Levy — Sergeant I, 3, 4 



William H. Lewis — Transfer 2; Richmond Hi-Y 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; General Wood Medal 3; 
Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 

James Pitner Loflin — Sergeant 3, 4. 

J. Curtis Luckey, Jr. — "B" Varsity Basketball 2; "B" Varsity Football 2; "A" Varsity Basket- 
ball 4; Academy Hi-Y 2. 

Arthur Lum — Sergeant 3, 4; Academy Literary Society 4. 

George M. Martin — "B" Varsity Basketball 2; Sergeant 1, 2, 3, Lieutenant 3, Major 4; Sabre 
Club 3, 4; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 

George M. Maxwell— High Honor 1, 2, 3 ; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Literary Society 1, 2; 
Beta Club 3, 4; Sabre Club 3, 4; Corporal, Best Drilled Squad, 1, Sergeant 3, Lieu- 
tenant 3, Captain 4; Annual Staff, Assistant Editor, 4; Gold "R" Society 4; Golf 2, 
3, 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Student Council, 3. 

George S. McCall 

Conrad William McGahee — Corporal 1, Sergeant 3, First Lieutenant 4; Merit Bar 2, 3; 
Levy Medal, Best Drilled Cadet 3; Prize Company 1, Prize Platoon 2; Sabre Club 4; 
Academy Literary Society 4; Annual Staff 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 

Mack Mile McGahee — Band 2, 3, 4; Corporal 3, Sergeant 4; Band Scholarship 2. 




Martin 



Maxwell 



McGahee, C. W. 



McGahee, M. M. 




McGowan 



Mcintosh 



McKeown 



McKnight 



Meads 



Joseph Lamar McGowan — First Sergeant 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 3. 

William Dalyrymple Mcintosh — Staff Sergeant 4. — 

Harry Mack McKeown — Staff Sergeant 4. 

Mason Harris McKnight — DeMolay 4; Band 3, 4; Honor 2; "B" Varsity Football 2; Ser 
geant 4. 

Gene B. Meads— Band 1, 2, 3. 

Ed Menger, Jr. 

Arthur Brian Merry — Transfer 3; High Honor 3; Beta Club 4; Musketeer Staff 4; Sergeant 
3; Rainbow Staff 4. 

Julian T. Moody — Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; "B" Varsity Football 3, 4; Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4; 
Best Drilled Company 2, 3. 

Norman C. Mosely — Honor 2, 3; Literary Society 1, 2, 3; Academy Hi-Y 4; DeMolay 3, 4; 
Sabre Club 4; Corporal I, Sergeant 1, 3, Lieutenant 4. 

LeRov O. Motlow 




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Menger 




v^fs 



Merry 



Moody 



Mosely 



Motlow 




Robertson 
Sills 



Sawilowsky, J. J. 



Sawilowsky, J. M. 



Shapini 



J. L. Robertson, Jr. — Transfer 2; Literary- Society 2; Honor 2, 3; Beta Club 4. 

Jacob Jack Sawilowsky — High Honor 1, Honor 2, 3 ; Beta Club 3, 4; Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 
4, President 4; Debating Team 3 ; Merit Bar 2; Sergeant 3, 4. 

Jay Martin Sawilowsky— High Honor 1, 2. 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Debating 
Team 3, 4; Merit Bar 2; Photography Club 4; Sergeant 4. 

H. S. Shapiro — Corporal 1 ; Sergeant 3, 4; Second Lieutenant 4; High Honor 1, 2, 3; Literary 
Society 4; Beta Club 3, 4 ; Musketeer Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. 

Ray N. Sims 

George William Smith — Transfer 4; Beta Club 4. 

Pat G. Smith — Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4; Baseball 2; Honor 1, 2; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3; 
Sabre Club 4. 

Peter C. Stabovitz 

Norman W. Stafford 





Sims 



Smith, G. W. 



Smith, P. G. 



Stabovitz 



Stafford 





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Stavro 



Steinberg 



Stephens 



Sullivan 



Teuton 



Wm. E. Stavro — Honor 2; Sergeant 3, 4. 

Jack J. Steinberg — Literary Society 1, 4; Annual Staff 4; Corporal 1, Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 
4; Sabre Club 4. 

Milton M. Stephens 

Charles M. Sullivan— Corporal 5, Sergeant 6 ; F. F. A. Club 4, Secretary 4. 

Robert E. Teuton — Corporal 1, 2, Sergeant 3, First Lieutenant 4; Prize Company 3; DeMolay 
4; Sabre Club 4; Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4. 

Franklin B. Thomas 

Spencer Thrift — Sergeant 4; Prize Company 3; Merit Bar 3. 

Joe E. Vignati 

T. Morris Warr — Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Corporal 1, Sergeant 4. 

Williard Weeks, Jr. — Corporal 1, 3, Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4 ; Prize Company 3; "B" Var- 
sity Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4, 5 ; Track 2; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4, Secretary 5; DeMolay 5, Junior Counselor 5. 




Thomas 





Thrift 



Vignati 



Warr 



Weeks 




Whitehead 



Wilensky 



Woo 



Henry M. Whitehead — Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Track 4; Senior Athletic 
Medal 4 ; Captain 4, Lieutenant Colonel 5; Sabre Club 4, 5, Treasurer 5 ; Phalanx 5. 



Leonard R. Wilensky — Honor I, 2; Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Declaimer's Cup 
1, 2, 3; Debating Team 2, 3; Track 3; Sergeant 3, 4. 



Jimmy Woo 





Class Prophecy 



Pour me another, Charlie. You know Charlie, it's really sad what some of the 
boys are doing now. It's been twenty years, twenty long, hard years since we've 
all been together. I remember that speech, you remember, Charlie, the one which 
challenged us? Remember the ones voted most likely to succeed, most popular? 
Funny how those things turn out, Charlie. You're sure lucky, Charlie. You're the 
most successful bum that ever lived. Now you take that fellow, what was his name? 
— Fallo, Follow, Farlow!! That's it, Farlow; poor fellow, he was captured by the 
Russians and sent to Siberia; yeah, they got him training wolfhounds. I remember 
we all used to laugh when he swore he'd be an F. B. I. man. Oh well, funny 
Charlie, how those things turn out. And Richard Hargrove, surely you remember 
Richard, the boy with the hair, the one everybody used to tell to open the door? 
He's doing it all right, doorman at the Bon Air. George Maxwell, you know, 
"hubba-hubba boy," most handsome Senior. Know what he's doing now? Morti- 
cian, feels more at home when he's around the same kind of rigor mortis he has 
himself. Clarence Muns? Charlie, you know he's still at A. R. C. Sure, he swore 
he'd stay there until they made him cadet colonel. Yeah, been a staff sergeant the 
last ten years. Funny how those things turn out, Charlie. You remember Harelik, 
don't you Charlie? How he used to upset club meetings? Well, he's hired by the 
publishers of a book of parliamentary procedure to travel all over the country and 
disrupt meetings so they'll buy the book. What? Of course he shaved last year, 
finally grew enough whiskers. Barry Bemker was voted best-all-round, well he sure 
gets "around" — hes a' salesman for the "Itsy-Bitsy" diaper service. John Fleming, 
he was the best Senior Athlete, Charlie. John turned out to be a veterinarian; 
he always loved dumb animals, especially people. Now you take Charlie Cooper, 
great swimmer and diver; well. Cooper went to Hollywood, and you know those 
Tarzan pictures. Well, he's a stand-in for an alligator. It's very funny, Charlie, 
how things like that turn out. Pour me another one, Charlie. Billy Phinizy gradu- 
ated from a big university, was a street car conductor for 10 years and now he's 
fulfilling his life's ambition, chalking "Q" sticks at Home Folks. Jack Steinberg 
had the most unscientific mind in the world, Charlie. He's now the chief 
metaphysicotheologocosmolonigologist at Columbia University. Of course, Brian 
Merry was the pride of the Senior class, unbeatable at the art of chess, could 
even play blindfolded, hoped to be champion of the world someday. Well, he got 
bit by the gold bug, hiked to the Yukon where he's been digging for 15 years. 
They say there isn't a timber-wolf in the Arctic that can't beat him at poker. 
Charlie, you remember Lamar Collie, the boy with the physique of Adonis? When 
he was 21 he lost 200 lbs.; he didn't weigh but 175 to begin with. Yeah, he willed 
his body to a medical student for 94c, provided the ta.x was paid. Charlie, isn't 
it funny how those things turn out? Lester Grouch, Crouch, or somehting like 
that, was a pretty good athlete. Charlie, it seems I saw him at Coney Island last 
summer, he's a barker for a side show. Yeah, and can you imagine, he had 
Jimmy Woo dressed up like a two-headed ourang-outang. Naturally you could 
recognize Jimmy no matter how he was disguised. Billy Fleming was studying to 
be a doctor, but flunked out and ended up in San Quentin. Oh, no, Charlie, he's 
warden. I remember a little guy named Bert Harbin, quite a sport, best dressed 
Senior, ended up as a coal miner in Alabama, looks quite flashy in his "Black 
Birmingham Britches." I understand Robert Humphries — you remember Robert, 
Charlie, the snake, bug, and plant fanatic, the outdoorman? — travels the country 
lecturing to old ladies' clubs on "Woman, Nature's Foremost Wonder." Pour me 
another one, Charlie. Funny how things like that turn out. You've heard the 
"Lazy Strike" program, haven't you, Charlie? Well, John Heng is the tobacco 
auctioneer. Can you imagine? John was so quiet even his shadow occasionally 
tried to make conversation. Charjic, this is the prize. You remember how Ed 
Dorsey used to get things crossed up? Well, Ed was quite a successful counterfeiter 
for about eight years and then he forgot and put his mother-in-law's picture on a 
fifty dollar bill. Too bad, Ed never looked good in stripes. Well, Charlie, it's been 
good to see you and talk over old times. Come over to the club sometime and 
we'll have a game of golf. It's sure hard sometime, trying to pass the time of day. 
Funny, Charlie, how those things turn out. 

— H. N.— 



Last Will and Testament 



Wc. the class of '47, having been stripped of even any pretense to ivnowlcdge 
we might formerly have entertained, have, in the process of enduring four 
tedious years at the Academy of Richmond County, become prejudiced against 
all virtues, which once attracted us, and have become accustomed and inured 
to every vice. We trust our examples will have the desired effects in the minds 
of our younger knaves; that is, we hope they will emulate our moral corrupt- 
ness, vanity, and pride and will despise, as we do, any attempt of the other 
fellow V> advance his own interests above ours. We hereby make, with due 
concern for the recipients, the following bequests to certain underclassmen, 
who. we hope, will take time to contemplate on the glory, splendor, and 
majesty of thij, the class of '47 : 

Item 1 — Tolly Brinkley and Lamar Collie bequeath their much fought over cor- 
ner in the football dressing room to Snooky Marlowe and Ronnie Barks- 
dale. 

Item 2 — To Tommy Kirkland, Richard Hargrove leaves his title "Hollywood." 

Item 3 — Armin Barton leaves to Nick "J.B." Zervos his sacred membership in 
the High Order of Drainpipes. 

Item 4 — Charlie Penn bequeaths his hanger by the stove in the football locker 
room to Myer Litchenstein, in hopes that he will keep warm while 
dressing next year. 

Item 5 — Wray Farlow leaves his military step to Ronnie Barksdale in hopes that 
he will some day lead the R.O.T.C. 

Item 6 — Skippy Moody leaves his regards to Bert Harbin who, due to circum- 
stances beyond his control, cannot be with us as planned. 

Item 7 — Gerald Levy wills his ear for classical music to Mr. Talley, so that he 
will have something to tinker with at the opera. 

Item 8 — John Fleming leaves fifty cents to start a fund for Bobby Walker to buy 
himself a bicycle to enable him, in the future, to ride instead of run at 
football practice. 

Item 9 — Billy Phinizy leaves his golfing al)ility and his way with the wo- 
men to Gene IMarks, who could certainly use them. 

Item 10 — To Gene Brigham, "Mac" McGahee leaves his shiny, well kept, up-to- 
date limousine. 

Item 11 — Herbert Nachman bequeaths his ability to get out of study halls to 
anybody who is fool enough to join the Musketeer StafT next year. 

Item 12 — Robert Humpheris leaves his ability to catch snakes and varmints to 
Joe Bailey, in the hope that he might gain a reputation as "Snake" 
as I have. 

Item 13 — John Bowdidge leaves his diamond studded brass trombone to any 
Spike Jones fan who wants it, with the hopes that he can make 
more noise than I did. 

Itme 14 — Gary Clark leaves his ability to work algebra to Edward Cole. 

Item 15 — To all future seniors Melvin Harelik warns them of a tragedy in store 
for them — "The Tragedy of Macbeth." 

Item 16 — I, Brian Merry, do hereby leave my profound sympathy^ to next 
year's Associate Editors (slaves) of THE RAINBOW. 

Item 17 — To Robert Young, Steve Newton leaves his ability to get along with 
Major Mills. 

Item 18 — The title of Hubba Hubba and Ding Dong, George Maxwell leaves to 
his brother Billy so that he may carry on the family tradition. 



Item 19 — Barry Blemkcr bequeaths his favorite nursery rliyine "Twinkle Twinkle 
Little Star" to an up and coming basketball player, like Wee Wee. 

Item 20 — I, Tom Clayton, bequeath my lovely bowed legs to whoever can stand 
on them as well as I have. 

Item 21 — Billy Fleming leaves his favorite motto, "Ije smart enoug'h to fool 
the teacher and dumb enough not to study," to Marvin Carpenter. 

Item 22 — I, Philip Shapiro, of sound mind, do will and bequeath to Mr. Joseph 
Rufus Mosely one gross of vitamin pills, so that he may have strength 
enough to stand up in each class once a day and maybe even call the roll. 

Item 23 — I, Conrad McGahee, do will and becjueath to Sonny McLarty the joys 
and pleasures and sacrifices (mostly sacrifices) attending upon "going 
steady." 

Item 24 — We, Myron Fogel and Herbert Shapiro, do hereby will and bequeath 
to Mr. Talley the most beautiful blonde obtainable to help the 
morale of his physics classes and also a jaloppy to transport her 
around in. 



Item 25 — Joe Nixon leaves. 



Witnesses : 

Midnight Oyle 
Richard 



Signed and attested to before me, 
this solemn midnight dreary, as I 
ponder, weak and weary — 

Charles A. Cooper 



March 13, 1947 



CLASS POEM 



Many a year has since elapsed, 
A class poem we are yet to see, 

But for the class of '47, 
This one is writ by me. 

The class is much too large. 
For all to get a line, 

The strangest habits I will take, 
And make their habits shine. 

Now first to view my wistful friends, 
Is our loving president. 

He is a hero, yes indeed, 
But he isn't worth a cent. 

We are all concerned, of course, 
With our class genius, John Heng, 

After four years at A.R.C., 
He hasn't learned a thing. 

Billy Fleming is indeed. 

The moron of the bunch, 

Billy can't tell the difference, 

Between a study hall and lunch. 

Lamar Collie is another ignoramus. 
With which we must put up. 



With the body of a giant, 
And the brains of a pup. 

And darling Dickie Hargrove, 
Who heads the great Hi-Y, 

Women come from far and near, 
To see his hair, oh my! 

Ne.xt in line for you to see. 
Is one we all adore, 

Little Barry Blemker, 

With girls, he thinks, galore. 

Ol handsome Charlie Cooper, 
Nothing can be said. 

The only thing that's wrong with Charlie, 
Is, of course, his head. 

Alas, indeed we cannot overlook, 
The mightiest of the clan, 

Fogcl, the panther of the athletes, 
A three year letter man. 

These are just a few of the brutes 
That make our mass 

We hope that next graduation day. 
Will see a human class 



Herbert Nachman Jr. (Class of '47) 



President .... Tommy Kirkland 
Vice-President .... Tony Allen 

Secretary Carl Darby 

Treasurer Bill Maden 

Student Council .... Gilmer Sale 





THE JUNIORS SAY 



We may not be as important as the seniors, but we do want to take our places 
this year and get ready to take the more responsible positions next year. It is with 
pride that each of us looks forward to being a senior in Richmond Academy. 
The past of our school is an inspiration to us; we hope to help build a greater 
future. 



THE JUNIOR CLASS 




Aaronsen, Harold J. 
Adams, William E. 
Allen, Tony M. 
Anderson, Laurie G. 
Anthony, Curtis L. 
Bailey, Joseph P. 
Bailey, Thomas W. 
Barficld, Walter R. 
Bargeron, Lonnie 
Barinowski, R. Emil 
Barksdale, Ronnie S. 
Beattic, Robert C. 
Beckum, Lewis T. 
Beale, Billy J. 
Belger, Richard W. 
Blackstone, Bernard A. 
Blanchard, Warren T. 
Bolgla, Maxic 
Bohler, Harry Neil 
Bolen, Charles W. 
Bo\kin, CMaude C. 
Bridges, WUIiam T. 
Brigham, Eugene F. 
Brinkley, Cra\vford W. 
Brown, James A. 
Bryant, Herbert E. 
Cadden, Lawrence B. 
Carpenter, Marvin L. 
Carroll, John F. 
Chamberlain, Clarence R. 
Cole, Edward 0. 



Coleman, John G. 
Collins, James C. 
Cook, James H. 
Cooper, Jack L. 
Cooper, James R. 
Cooper, Walter L. 
Corley, Arno W. 
Croft, Thomas W. 
Crouch, James R. 
Darby, Carl 
Dcas, WiUiam C. 
DeLoach, William J. 
Dicks, James W. 
Dunaway, William P. 
Durham, Vernon W. 
Dyer, Bruce N. 
Flowers, Henrv Franklin 
Freeman, Guy 
Frierson, Leon Ray 
Fulchcr, Hugh L. 
Fulcher, William C. 
Galloway, Ronald F. 
George, Leslie B. 
Gheesling, Sam E. 
Ghingold, Maurice J. 
Godbee, Billy W. 
Godowns, Willis A. 
Goluke, James F. 
Hadwin, James F. 
Hagler, Tom W. 
Hagler, William S. 



Hall, William L. 
Hamilton, J. Ross 
Hammock, J. Grimes 
Harmon, William C. 
Harper, Weston R. 
Harris, Virgil W. 
Hatcher, Elmo A. 
Hattle, William E. 
Hightower, Irvin C. 
Hogan, H. J. 
Hogan. J. Frank 
Holliman, Clifford 
Holmes, H. David 
Holmes, Harvey R. 
Home, R. J. 
lUe, Thom. A. 
Inglett, Charles D. 
Irvin, Henry S. 
James, Robert S. 
Johnson, Johnnie F. 
Johnson, Noel V. 
Johnston, Frank C. 
Johnston, Carl H. 
Jolles, L S. 
Jones, Charles R. 
Jones, H. Allen 
Jones, Harvey G. 
Jones, Robert H. 
Graham, Robert 
Guill, J. Carson 
Guillebeau, Robert A. 



Kelley, George L. 
Kelly, William D. 
Kent, Warren Lee 
Kerr, Homer C. 
Kirkland, George L. 
Kreps, Horace J. 
Langley, Derwent 
Leonard, Everett A. 
Leonard, Lawrence K. 
Lester, James L. 
Lichenstein, Myer L. 
Livingston, James S. 
Maden, William L. 
Mahlstedt, Nichelus H. 
Marlowe, Phillip L. 
Maxwell, Regnald 
Mealing, Henry G. 
Melton, Robert M. 
Merlins, Harr\' B. 
Methvin, Paul 
Myer, Samuel M. 
Middlebrook, Burton S. 
Mock, Wallace Ray 
Moore, Jesse G. 
Mullins, Frederick L. 
McCarty, Cuthbert L. 
McClendon, Homer 
McElveen, Marvin J. 
McMichael, Robert B. 
Mcintosh, Herbert A. 
McNair, Hal Harris 



Newman, Raymond A. 
Newsome, James C. 
Nobles, Barney H. 
Overton, Herman D. 
Overstreet, James L. 
O'Hara, Jerry P. 
Padgett, John Leroy 
Padgett, W. B. 
Phillips, Al Herman 
Phinizy, Irvine 
Powell, Bobby 
Powledge, Gidion M. 
Price, Charles N. 
Proctor, James 
Puder, Hugh E. 
Pugh, Herbert L. 
Rabun, William R. 
Raines, William B. 
Raynes, Mitchell 
Reynolds, Donald R. 
Rhodes, Russell 
Rice, Marion 
Rice, Thomas K. 
Richardson, E. M. 
Rodgcrs, William R. 
Rucker, Charles T. 
Sale, George G. 
Satcher, Milton B. 
Saul, Jerome 
Sego, Clifford L., Jr. 
Shapiro, Philip Stanley 



Smith, Fairest D. 
Smith, John O. 
Smith, Paul E. 
Smith, Robert B. 
Spivey, Robert C. 
Suhr, Karl Frederick 
Swain, Jamie W. 
Symms, Robert L. 
Tallent, Bill L. 
Talbert, James W. 
Tannenbaum, Julian 1 
Teaguc, Addison D. 
Thomas, James W. 
Thompson, Robert L. 
Tobin, Frank L. 
Toole, Wallace S. 
Townes, Leslie C. 

Utley, Foster T. 

Wallace, Frank J. 

Walker, Charles A. 

Walters, Ramon D. 

Welch, Haywood J. 

Whaley, Curtis E. 

Whitaker, Robert H. 

Wilk, Jack D. 

Williams, Albert L. 

Williams, Donald E. 

Wond, Philip 

Wright, Edward M. 

Youngblood, Richard 

Young, Robert A. 

Zervos, Nick J. 




THE SOPHOMORE CLA 





Adams, Robert S. 
Aldridge, Landon Thomas 
Anderson, Dan S. 
Ansley, Marvin W. 
Baggott, Robert T. 
Baird, George C. 
Baker, Eddie M. 
Baker, Robert A. 
Back, Thomas M. 
Barnes, Travis S. 
Barrow, John M. 
Barton, Leon B. 
Baynard, Joseph S. 
Beatse, James C. 
Beck, Bobby C. 
Belding, Richard E. 
Bennett, Edward T. 
Bennett, 7 homas H. 
Benson, Bobby M. 
Bethune, Ravmond E. 
Blackburn, Otis E. 
Blair, William S. 
Blount, Robert E. 
Bonham, Eldred S. 
Bonzo, Wesley E. 
Bowick, James W. 
Bowman, George L. 
Bowman, Gene T. 
Branan, William Jennings 
Brandenburg, Walter E 
Brandon, Charles 
Brandon, William W. 
Brantley, Ozzic W. 
Brett, Steve E. 
Bridges, Robert F. 
Bryan, Wilson J. 
Buffington, Willie 
Burch,' Harold W. 
Burnley, Billy G. 
Burns, James W. 
Bush, Edgar R. 
Cadle, James W. 
Cain, Ollie Raymond 
Calamas, Pete J. 



Carlton, T. M. 
Carpenter, Rutlcdge B. 
Carter, Charles E. 
Carter, James O. 
Cartledge, Reginald C. 
Cawley, Ed H. 
Cawlev, James W. 
Cheeseborough, Richard S. 
Clark, Charles H. 
Cliatt, Walter I. 
Cook, Henry J. 
Cordell, Billy 'K. 
Corlev, Robert L. 
Corley, William L. 
Cotts, Leonard 
Crawford, Arnett 1. 
Cromer, Hal M. 
Culpepper, Philip E. 
Daniel, Carl J, 
Davis, Charles F. 
Davis, Earl E. (33) 
Davis, Jimmie C. 
Deal, Charlie M. 
DeLong, Robert L. 
DeVancv, Walter J. 
Douglas, Ed. L. 
Dowda, C. B. 
Drew, William E. 
DuBose, Bryan A. 
Dye, William E 
Duncan, James C. 
Edwards, Richard B. 
Ehrlich, Gerald E. 
Elliott, Robert B. 
Eubanks, Bobbv E. 
Eubanks, Walter S. 
Evans, Jimmy A. 
Farr, Emory W. 
Fcese, Louis R. 
Flythe, James B. 
Frank, Alexander R. 
Fredericks, Ray M. 
Futch, William H. 
Gcer, Harry C. 



Ghingold, Neil 
Ghitter, Irvin L. 
Gibbs, Iniard P. 
Gibbs, John T. 
Glisson, Arthur 
Grammar, Burum W. 
Graybill, C. A. 
Greene, J. J. 
Greer, P. H, 
Haak, R. O. 
Hair, H. R. 
Hammock, N. S. 
Hanchev, W. J. 
Havird, L. B. 
Hardv, W. A. 
Heath, T. W. 
Henrv, C. E. 
Herrington, J. R. 
Herron, C. A. 
Hewett, A. L. 
HiUman, B. L 
Hood. O. ]. 
Hollins, C. A. 
Holmes, C. N. 
Hopkins, N. J. 
Horton, B. S.' 
Howard, C. R. 
Howard, F. G. 
Howard, O. T. 
Howell, E. C. 
Howell. Lester 
Hughlcv, W. G. 
Hunter, R. N. 
Huson, G. G. 
Inman, G. H. 
Ivey, C. E. 
James, L. D. 
Joe, H. P. 

Johnson, George Clavin 
Johnson, G. W. 
Johnson, W. L. 
Johnston, L. F. 
Jordan, D. C. 



Kellv, R. J. 
Kellv, W. R. 
Kemp, D. E. 
Kersey, J. W. 
Kin^, H. A. 
Kin^, J. O. 
Knecce, B. E. 
i^nott.. T. M. 
Lee, R. A. 
Lewis, R. L. 
Lord, H. W. 
Lord, W. H. 
Luni, M. 
Lum, W. 
Lvnch. W. H. 
Marks, E. D. 
Mathews, G. W. 
Mathews, P. R. 
Mathis, F. H. 
McAlbanv L. S. 
McDaniel, M. F. 
McDonald, E. J. 
McDonald, R. R. 
McGahec, A. S. 
McGahee, R. C. 
McKellar, T. E. 
McKinnev, D. T. 
Morris, H. T. 
Mullins. V.'JUie B. 
Murphv, Jack F. 
Murphv, Paul VV. 
Nei'sonie, James L. 
Nicholas, Charles H. 
Norvell, James F. 
O'Daniel, James E. 
Oellerich, Herman J. 
Cglesby, Isaac W. 
Outen, Michael D. 
Padgett, Edwin E. 
Padgett, Funnan J. 
Padgett, Robert L 
Parrish, Ronald E. 



Parrish, Theodore L. 
Parsons, William N. 
Pate, Charles B. 
Patrick, James E. 
Pender, James B. 
Penland, James W. 
Perry, Pierce G. 
Pierce, Tom S. 
Pindcr, Richards 
Pippin, Chas. A. 
Porter, Elliot L. 
Powell, Charles H. 
Powell, Robert H. 
Prescott, Edward R. 
Price, Homer C. 
Purcell, George M. 
Pyle, Jackie G. 
Pyle, James E. 
Quarles, Joseph E. 
Raburn, Johnnie D. 
Readv, Claude E. 
Reed, Robert H. 
Reese, James E. 
Reynolds, Thomas T. 
Rhodes, Robert E. 
Rhodes, Thomas W. 
Rickerson, Carl Vinson 
Rivers, Harold E. 
Pvoberts, Bobby B. 
Roberts, Melvin B. 
Robertson, Andrew E. 
Robertson, Alvin G. 
Rose, Walter H. 
Rouse, Robert L. 
Rowe, Marion R. 
Rufo, Raymond 
Rutherford, George K. 
Sammons, Jack 
Sanders, Franklin B. 
Saxon, Francis A. 
Saxon, Howell W. 
Scott, Hugh A. 



Scott, Robert M. 
Short, William A. 
Simon, Paul S. 
Smith, Jack C. 
Smith, James W. 
Spears, Percy M. 
Spence, Charles L. 
Stanford, Albert T. 
Still, Roy M. 
Stirewalt, Harvey 
Strathern, Arthur D. 
Sumner, Geo. T. 
Swanson, John O. 
♦ Sweat, C. C. 
Talley, Joseph L. 
Thigpen, Floyd B. 
Thomas, Harold C. 
Thompson, Harold W. 
Timmemian, Howard B. 
Townes, Henry H. 
Teuton, Vernon E. 
Verdery, Albert B. 
Waagner, Carl R. 
Walker, Robert C. 
Walker, Robert E. 
Wall, Beverly C. 
Weathers, Clifford T. 
Weathers, Richard C. 
Welch, Donald J. 
Wheatley, Thomas W. 
Wiggins, Stewart L. 
Williams, Edward A. 
Williams, James E. 
Williams, Thomas S. 
Wingrove, William L. 
Wong, Jack 
Wong, Ralph 
Woodward, William R. 
Wright, Charlie M. 
Wright, George C. 
Young, Robert W. 



i*tiMII»ilff'<i1lilfif 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS 




Adams, Don 
Adkins, Charles 
Alewine, Eugene 
Amcrson, James 
Amerson, Wm. 
Anderson, Bert 
Anderson, Harry 
Anderson, Richard 
Anderson, William 
Andrews, Norman 
Ansley, Don 
Archer, David 
Arndt, Henrick 
Babbit, Earl 
Babbit, Frank 
Baker, Don 
BalkcLim, Richard 
Banks, Robert 
Barficld, Troy 
Barinowski, Clarence 
Baker, John 
Barnes, David 
Barnes, William 
Barrow, Richard 
Barrs, William 
Bennet, Archie 
Benson, Otis 
Barry, Don 
Berry, William 
Bethune, C. 
Betts, Hugh 
Boatman, James 
Boardman, Lonnie 
Blackston, A. L. 
Bodic, John A. 
Boles, Golden K. 
Bolton, Earle H. 
Bostick, Gary M. 
Bowick. Louis A. 
Bo\-d. Jimmv 
Bovd, Marion E. 
Bradford, Nathaniel 
Broadwater, William II. 



Broun, Clawdie R. 
Bro\vn, Rufus 
Burch, James D. 
Burgamy, Burt Delano 
Cadle, Bobby G. 
Carlton, Roy S. 
Carr, Herschel V. 
Carson, Webster 
Gate, Cecil B. 
Cawley, Jack K. 
Chamberlain, David L. 
Chambers, John L. 
Chance, Fred E. 
Chavous, Henry B. 
Chavous, Jackie 
Clary, Holcomb F. 
Cloud, J. H. 
C.ohen, Joel F. 
Collins, William R. 
Combs, Ellis P. 
'"onselyea, Harry T. 
Cook, Charles D. 
Cook, John L. 
Cooper, Claude 
Cooper, LeConte 
Cooper, Thomas J. 
Coots, Theodore R. 
Copeland, Billy J. 
Covington, Hinton E. 
Crockett, William F. 
Crook. Alva C. 
Crook, John L. 
Culpepper, Robert B. 
Cumbie, Lurie E. 
Davis, John M. 
DcBon, RoUis A. 
DeWeen, Robert 
Dodgen, Jack A. 
Dudley, Robert C. 
Dyches, Raleigh D. 
Dye, James 
Dye, Horace N. 
Ebbets, Charles C. 



Eddy, Bobby J. 
Edenfield, Earnest M. 
Edgar, James B. 
Eidson, Edwin F. 
Eidson, Irvin E. 
Elledge, Herman F. 
Elliott, Stephen Herbert 
Eubanks, Bobby G. 
Eubanks. Edward C. 
Evans, William Houston 
Farr, William R. 
Faulk, Charles R. 
Fender, Richard H. 
Fong, Harry 
Ford. Donald 
Ford, Tames F. 
Ford. Robert K. 
Foster. Parker Dennis 
Fouche, Samuel A. 
Gauldin, Harold S. 
Gay, Freddy S. 
Gay, Woodrow W, 
Gay, Wyman I 
Gear, James 
Gillion, John P. 
Glaze, Joseph F. 
Glenn, Fred M. 
Goodwin, Jacob L. 
Goolsby, Richard M. 
Gieene, Joe C. 
Griffin, Richard E. 
Groover, Edwin DcLoach 
Hagmie, Robert 
Hair, Paul G. 
Hall. Dan P. 
Hamilton, Joseph C. 
Hardadav. James D. 
Hardin. Frank M. 
Hardv, Hcnrv F. 
Harris, Jack H. 
Harrison, Jimmy C. 
Hatcher, Paul R. 
Havron. James Brock 



Hawk, Marion E. 
Hayes, James Paul 
Heath, Herbert C. 
Heath. Thomas M. 
Kedrick, Kenneth E. 
Hendrix, David D. 
Hensley, Jack A. 
Henslev, James E. 
Hensley, Omer C. 
Htrndon, Thomas H. 
Higginbotham, Paul F. 
Higginbotham, William T. 
Hill, William M. 
Holsenback. Clarence W. 
Holsonbake, Willie A. 
Hoover, James M. 
Hornc. Wallace E. 
Howard, Gradv H. 
Hughes, Quitman H. 
Hughes, Rav Charles 
Hunter. Jack D. 
Huntley, Robert D. 
Huyck, Albert A. 
Inglett. Melvin E. 
Irbv, Roy G. 
Ivcy, Herman 
James, Charles L. 
Jarrett, Charles E. 
Jeffcoat, Landy 
Jennings, Gene 
Jester, Ronald E. 
Johns, Robert O. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Jesse S. 
Jones, Bobby C. 
Jones, Earl E. 
Jones, Johnnv J. 
Jones, .John W, 
Jones, Walley I,. 
Jordan, Bobby G. 



Kelly, Arthur D. 
Kelly, Gene M. 
Kennedy, Warren P. 
Kight, Julien H. 
Kirkendohl. Charles R. 
Kneece, James A. 
Kuglar, Everett C. 
Kuykendole, Marian 
Langley, John 
Lanier, Hoover L. 
Lamar, Wayland W. 
Lamb, Robert M. 
Lass, Llovd B. 
Lcdford, Lavern N. 
Lace\', Jerrv A. 
Leonard, Marvin P. 
Lewis, Bobbv G. 
Livingston, Douglas S. 
Logan, John A. 
MacMurphv, Charles B. 
May, Jack M. 
Mays, Fred C. 
Maxwell, Wm. T. 
Marsh, Tom W. 
Martin, Jimmy J. 
Leopard, Spencer H. 
Kulp. Lawrence W. 
Marsh, Jonie E. 
Matthews. Eugene W. 
McCov, Roger 
McCoy, Willie J, 
McDanicl, Roy M. 
McDonald, Carlton 
McGahee, James G. 
McKennev, Walter 
McKettrick, Robt. L. 
McLean, Perry 
Meadows, Walter 
Melton, William 
Mills, Henry P. 
Miller, Human 
Miller, James 
Miller, Roger 
Minis, Lorenzo 
Mitchell, Billv 
Moore, William 
Mitchell, Geo. H. 
Mitchell, James 
Mock, Robert L. 



Morris, Gary 
Morris, M. Agee 
Mulherin. Anthony 
Murphy, Robert 
Murrah, Theo. F. 
Nelson, Charles 
Nelson, Daniel 
Newman, Jimmy 
Nelson, William 
Newman, William 
Newson, James 
Nolan, Robert 
Norris, Ralph L. 
Norton, Odell 
Odom. Lamar 
Ogden, Lynn L. 
Otwcll. Verdery O. 
Overcash, Charles E. 
Overstreet, William L. 
Owens, James C. 
Padgett, Ernest E. 
Painter, Billy 
Palmer, Jack E. 
Paris. Bobby E. 
Parrish. Albert R. 
Pate, Silas P. 
Pearson, Robt. N. 
Penn. James L. 
Pennington, Alvin J. 
Pcnn'n^ton. Benny R. 
Pennington. C. E. 
Perdue, Robert 
Phileggi, Frank 
Phillips, Allen S. 
Phillips, lack L. 
Philpot, William K. 
Plavford. David L. 
Potect, James E. 
Powell, Earnest 
Powell. Herman C. 
Powell, John F. 
Powell, William L. 
Prather, James W. 
Prickett, H. S. 
licidy. Robert J. 
ilcjrslcn. Donald T. 
Reese, Jack G. 
Reid, Charles L. 
Reid, Theo M. 



Rennison, Thomas H. 
Reville, Lindsey E. 
Reynolds, Joe E. 
Rhodes, Harold J. 
Rhoadcs, Russell D. 
Richardson, Geo. W. 
Rickerson, Thomas A. 
Riddle, James H. 
Rieser, Albert 
Robinson, Marion K. 
Rodgers, Jackie A. 
Rogers, Jessie L. 
Rollins, Frank E. 
Rosier, Thomas C. 
Sanders, George E. 
Sanders, Thomas L. 
Sears, Marvin H. 
Seats, Walter C. 
Scog.gins, James H. 
Scoggins, Preston L. 
Scoggins, William R. 
Scott, James L. 
Shead, Kenneth W. 
Sheftall, George T. 
Sherman, Harry .C. 
Sholar, Horace W. 
Silbert, Mendel N. 
Simon, Lewis S. 
Simon, Thomas C. 
Simpkins, Roy H. 
Sizcmore, Pate E. 
Smith, Angus 
Smith, Donald R. 
Smith, Marion S. 
Smith, William L. 
Spires, Thad 
Spivey, Richard Reid 
Steinberg, Stanley P. 
Stephens, James Wilbert 
Stewart, C. M. 
Stewart, J. N. 
Stewart, Joseph D. 
Stewart, fau\ E. 
Storev, Lamar C. 
^to. ell, Edward H. 
Streeter, Geo. H. 
Summer, B. J. 
Sullivan, Joe H. 
Sutton, Edward 



Tarner, Leroy J. 
Teague, Lonnie B. 
Thigpen, James S. 
Thomas, Charles N. 
Thomas, Edwin G. 
Thomas, Geo. W. 
Thompson, Lan-y T. 
Thompson, Ollie R. 
Thompson, Thurston A. 
Tompkins, Stephen M. 
Townes, William E. 
Trimmier, Norman Page 
Tudor, Robert Lee 
Van Buren, James W. 
Walker, Hugh McLean 
Walker, Lawrence B. 
Wall, Tom 
Wallace, Richard C. 
Warner, Michael 
Watkins, .'Arthur D. 
Weathersbee, Edward 
Weathersbee, Theodore K. 
Whatley, Orion B. 
Whitehouse, Kenneth S. 
Whittle, Johnny Everett 
Williams, Dan Calvin 
Williams, David B. 
Williams, Eugene 
Williams, Henry Lester 
Williams, Herbert D. 
Williamson, Milton L. 
Willis, Joseph T. 
Willis, Russell C. 
Willmarker, Julius M. 
Wilson, Edward W. 
Wise, Earl C. 
Woo, Robert 
Woodward, Ernest L, 
Woodward, Marion W. 
Womack, Jack Lemon 
Wong, King 
Wong, Larry- 
Wren, Charles R. 
Wren, Eugene 
Wren, William C. 
Young, Charles W. 
Young, Edward L. 
Youngblood, Billy A. 





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MILITARY 



The Regimental Staff 




Martin 



Miss Broome 
Green 



Faulkner 
Miss Wheeler 



Miss Williams 






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Muns 



Padgett 



Steinberg 




Colonel Ed Martin _.... Rt- ginicnlal ( ;ommander 

Miss Man' Broome _ _ Sponsor 

Lt. Col. Joe Faulkner _ Regimental Executive 

Miss Nancy Williams Sponsor 

Captain Johnny Green _ Regimental Adjutant 

Miss Bcbe Wheeler Sponsor 

1 St Lt. John Padgett Supply Officer 

1 St Lt. Clarence Muns Personnel Officer 

2nd Lt. Jack Steinberg _ _ Asst. Supply Officer 




Personnel of Noncommissioned Officers 



M/Sgt. Walter Barficld 
S/Sgt. Herbert Brvant 
S/Sgt. Wrav Brhiklr-v 



Sgt. Clifford HoUinian 
Sgt. Jerome Saul 
Sgt Robert Padgett 



The Military Department 




Mills 



Patrick 



Nattress 




Major Henry Mills 
Major Lester Patrick 
1st Lt. John Nattress 
M/Sgt. John Hauser 
S/Sgt. Charles Tully 
T/Sgt. Curvin Stanbraugh 
Cpl. Lawrence Webb 




Tully 



Hauser 



Stanbraugh 



Webb 




Personnel 

Lt. Col. Barry Whitney 

Sponsor — Miss Marion Meiere 

Major George Martin 

Sponsor — Miss Barbara Maxwell 

1st Lt. Conrad McGahee 



1st. Battalion 




Whitney 




Miss Meiere 


Martin 


McGahee 


Miss Maxwell 




Company A 



Rush 



Miss Claussen 




Blemker 



Moseley 



Personnel 

Captain Fletcher Rush 

Sponsor — Miss Louise Claussen 

1st Lt. Barry Blemker 

2nd Lt. Norman Moseley 




Company B 




Collie 



Miss Jovncr 







Fleming 




Captain Lamar Collie 

Sponsor — Miss Fave Jovner 

1st Lt. Billv Fleming 

2ncl Lt. Billv Beale 




Company C 



Whitehead 



Miss Ri?ele 




Mulligan 



Anslcv 



Personnel 

Captain Henry Whitehead 

Sponsor — Miss Jov Rigglc 

1st Lt. Bobby Mulligan 

2nd Lt. Bobby Ansley 




1st. Battalion Company Formations 





Company B 




2nd* Battalion 








Lt. Col. Ivan Parker 

Sponsor — Miss Jane Marriott 

Major Jack Egbert 

Sponsor — Miss Ann Davis 

1st Lt. Harold Hunter 




Parker 
Egbert 



Miss Marriott 
Miss Davis 



Hunter 



Company E 




Burch 



Miss Brown 



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Hargrove 




Captain Richard Burch 

Sponsor — Miss Joanne Brown 

1st Lt. Pat Smith 

2nd Lt. Richard Hargrove 







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Company F 



Fleming 



Miss Burdell 




Herndon 



Burch 



Personnel 

Captain John Fleming 

Sponsor — Miss Ann Carter Burdell 

1st Lt. William Lee Herndon 

2nd Lt. William Burcb 










DeLoach 



Miss Fortune 




Brown 



Farlow 




Captain Earl DeLoach 

Sponsor — Miss Eleanor Fortune 

1st Lt. Gaston Brown 

2nd Lt. Wray Farlow 



Znd^ Battalion Company Formations 




Company E 




F 




Company G 




Major Kendrick Monk 
Sponsor — Miss Lois Mulherin 

Captain Jabie Brooks 
Sponsor — Miss Dorothy Peters 

Captain Frank Young 
Sponsor — Miss Betty Gilliland 



3rd. Battalion 






Monk 


Miss Mulherin 


Brooks 


Miss Peters 


Youn.^ 


Miss Gilliland 




Headquart 



ers 




Austin 



Miss Ackles 




Phiniz 



Personnel 

Captain Jim Austin 

Sponsor — Miss Colleen Ackles 

1st Lt. William Phinizy 

2nd Lt. Robert Walker 




Company I 




Browning 



Miss McElveen 



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Teuton 




Captain Claude Browning 

Sponsor — Miss Doris McElveen 

1st Lt. Robert Teuton 

2nd Lt. Irvin Hie;htower 




Company K 



Maxwell 



Miss Sherman 




Cooper 



Personnel 

Captain George Maxwell 

Sponsor — Misn Peggv Sherman 

1st Lt. Bobby Cooper 




Company L 









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Hogan 



Miss Huff 



Fulmer 



Fund 




Captain Frank Hogan 

Sponsor — Miss Betty Huff 

1st Lt. Luther Fulmer 

2nd Lt. Ernest Fund 




Company M 



Wade 



Miss Snellgrove 




Cooper 




Captain Monroe Wade 

Sponsor — Miss Betty Snellgrove 

1st Lt. Charlie Cooper 



3rd. Battalion Company Formations 




Company I 





Company L 



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The Band 




1st Lt. Robert Whitaker 



Capt. Barney Whitaker 
Co-Capt. Rav Sims 



Miss Ellen Merry- 
Miss Irene Savage 




The Scruggs Sabre 




The Scruggs Memorial Sabre is an annual award made by Professor C. A. Scruggs in 
memory of his son J. Bland Scruggs — an outstanding Senior of ARC. 

The honored Sabre is awarded to that Senior of ARC who, in the judgment of the Honors 
Committee, most nearly approaches the clean character and outstanding ability of J. Bland 
Scruggs. Every department of student life is considered in this award which goes only to a 
student of highest esteem. 



Winners of the award: 

1943 William Reiser 

1944 John Cochrane 



1945 Bobby Usry 

1946 Scwcll Camp 



The Sheridan Sabre 




The Richard B. Sheridan Sabre is a cherished award made annually by the Reserve 
Officers Association. It is made in memory of Richard B. Sheridan — scholar, gentleman, 
soldier, and athlete of ARC and JCA who lost his life on the Yale football field while playing 
end for West Point. 

The Sabre is awarded to the cadet who, in the opinion of the militar\- and academic 
committees, approaches closest the noble figure of Richard B. Sheridan. The student, therefore, 
must excel in all phases of his school life and relationships. 

The winner must be a clean, popular athlete, gentleman, and soldier and must show by 
his conduct the virtues of honesty, sincerity, and courage. 

The cadet chosen for this high honor has the respect and admiration of both the faculty 
and the students of our school. 



Winners of the award : 

1933 Frank Burnley 

1934 Jackie Stephens 

1935 Dorroh Nowell 

1936 .'\lex Doremus 

1937 Harry Mobley 

1938 John Hains 

1939 John Epps 



1940 .Alfred Battey 

1941 Walter Reiser 

1942 Harold Engler 

1943 Shealy Reiser 

1944 William Reiser 

1945 Jack Banks 

1946 Ivan Parker 



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I RO/iJ 



ATHLETICS 




W. W. Sullivan 
Athletic Director & Head Football Coach 





R. E. Rollins 
Coach 



W. L. Maden 
Secretary-Treasurer 



G. L. Bolton 
Coach 




James Cooper, Captain 




John Fleming, Alternate Captain 
Elks Most Valuable Player Award 



With their coaching staff complete after the world conflict, the Richmond Academy 
cadets, under the watchful supervision of Coaches Wendell Sullivan and Roy Rollins, worked 
hard to achieve their goal ; a smooth-working grid machine. 

With thirteen lettermen back from the previous seasons squad, the Musketeer gridders 
settled down to a rough schedule. 

In their first game of the season, the Charleston Bantams came to tov.n to win a decisive 
25-6 victory over the Cadet eleven. 




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Collie 



Charles 
Penn 



Barry 
Blemker 



Tom 
Murphy 



Bob 
Graham 





1st Row: Billy Raines, Tom Kirkland, J. A. Brooks, John Fleming, Ollic Wheeler, 1 oUv Brinkk\-, Ralph Boerckel, Gene Bowman, 
Bobby Walker, Boe Couisey. 

2nd Row: P. G. Perry, Lamar Collie, Myer Lichenstein, Bobby Graham, Jimmy Cooper, Milton Cawley, Marion Rice, Tom Murphey, 
Philip Marlowe, Frank Mann, Billy Beale. 

3rd Row: Ii-vin Hightower, Billy Dunnaway, Derwent Langley, Willard Weeks, Barry Blemker, Jack Dodgcn, Frank Tobin, Charles 
Penn, Russell Rhodes, Robert Spivey, W. N. Woodword, Robert Raburn, Skip Moodv 

In their second game, the Cadets were overwhelmed by the Tech High Smithies to the 
tune of 28 to 0. The Richmond lads failed in their aerial attempts, and the fleet Atlanta backs 
literally ran away with the game here in the home stadium. Murphey shone at defense, while 
Cooper led the offense. 

The next week the Musketeers again came out on the short end of the score when they 
were held scoreless by the Jordan High Red Devils in Columbus. Outscored, but not outfought, 
the Cadets held the Jordan gridders own to one touchdown. The score at the last whistle, 
Jordan — 6, Richmond — 0. James Cooper, swivel-hipped back, and Willard Weeks, defensive 
star, held the spotlight in the Columbus struggle. 

The following week, Columbus High, led by fast-stepping Chuck Magoni, eked out a 33-20 
victory over the fighting Musketeers here in the stadium. The Cadet squad, sparked by Langley, 
Fleming, Weeks, Beale, and Walker took the ofTensivc in the beginning but couldn't hold their 
lead. Twice in the game the score was evened up, but when the final whistle was sounded, 
Columbus was on top. 

It was Richmond's turn to be the aggressor as they overwhelmed the Athens High grid 
squad in Athens 20-14. It was a nip and tuck affair with Athens scoring first early in the first 
period. The game, postponed from Friday until Saturday due to bad weather, proved the 
playing abilities of little John Fleming, veteran quarterback, and James Cooper, fleet back, 
who took turns lugging the pigskin for the .'\cademy. 




Willard 
Weeks 



Billv 
Beale 



Dei*went 
Langlity 



J. A. 
Brook.s 



Bobby 
Walker 



Billy 
Duim.iway 




FLEMING PASSES 



For the next game, the Cadets journeyed to Macon where they 
evened up the contest with the Lanier High Poets 19-19. It was the 
first time in several seasons that the Musketeers had come as close 
to defeating their traditional rivals. The Richmond gridders had the 
Poets 19-0 in the first half, but the green-clad Lanier lads struggled 
hard to wipe awav chances of a Richmond victory. 

The next week, one Fleming aerial after another connected to spell 
victory for the high-flying Cadet eleven as they sailed to glory over 
the favored Marist College gridders by the score of 33-13. 

The next weekend, the Richmond squad was outsrored 12-6 by a 
favored Savannah High team. The game proved to be a fairly evenly 
matched contest with Savannah coming out on the long end of the 
score. J. A. Brooks sustained injuries which kept him from playing 
the rest of the r.eason. 

On the Friday before Thanksgiving, the Cadets journeyed to 
Brunswick where they held a fast Glynn Academy eleven to a G-G 
tie. The Glynn lads scored a goal the first time they had a grip on the 
ball but the fighting Musketeers held them down until Derwent 
Langley could cross the double-stripe for a Richmond tally late in 
the game. 




Managers: Jack Newton, Bert Harbin, & Wray Farlow 




Tollv 


Mever 


Ralph 


Ollie 


Philip 


Marion 


rinkley 


Lichenstein 


Boerckel 


Wheeler 


Marlowe 


Rice 




Cooper Makes a Touchdown 



On a bright and sunny Thanksgiving day, a fast-stepping Rich- 
mond Academy eleven literally swamped the Boy's Catholic High 
squad in Richmond stadium to the tune of 32-19. The final game for 
both teams was staged before a capacity crowd anxious to see who 
would win the city classic. It was Richmond's game all the way 
with James Cooper accounting for three of the Cadet tallies, 
while Bud Danford starred for the Shamrocks. In the final sta- 
tistics, Richmond was the leader in all but the first downs gain- 
ed. After the Turkey Day clash. James Cooper's teammates 
showed their appreciation for his efforts by electing him captain 
for the season. 




Irwin 
Hightowei 



Gene 
Bowman 




Milton 
Cawley 



Robert 
Rayburn 



Tom 
Kirkland 



Skip 
Moody 



Jack 
Dodgen 



Russell 
Rhodes 



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B^^ Varsity Football 




Coaches Bolton and John (Childress 




■ -■-l Row: .Xoiiii.in Inniniiii, L.lirioid Hoiliinyn, Lton Barton, Lan\ \N ong, iiatclulloi 1 h tin , iiobbs Wall, Gaines Huguley, 
Bobby Hunter, Herman Ocllerich. 

2nd Row: Roger McCoy, Curtis Whaley, Joe Greene, Albert McGahee, Allen Fouche, Thomas Reynolds, Harvey Hogan, Jack 
Johnson, Coach John Childress. 

3rd Row: Coach Bolton, Carl Wagner, Frank Sanders, Calvin Geer, Jerome Sunmer, Sonny Townes. 



Academy Basketball 




Coach Sallivan 






Barry B'.cmker 

Captain and Center 

All GIAA Pre-Tournament Team 

All GIAA Tournament Team 




1st Ro%v: Ollie Wheeler, John Fleming, Torn Clayton, Richard Weathers, Billy Phinizy. 

2nd Row: Tom Croft, Leslie Townes, Barry Blemker, Curtis Luckcy, Bill Dunnaway. 

3rd Row: Tom Kirkland, Ed Dorsey, Billy Bealc, P. G. Perry, Tom Murphey, George Maxwell. 



This year's team boasted the return of six letternien. Although the 
team's record was not too impressive, the Cadets were a real threat 
to all opposition. Even though they were outscored in some of their 
games, they were never outfought. They never gave up until the final 
whistle blew. 

The Cadets were greatly strengthened by one of the finest centers in 
G. I. A. A. competition, Barry Blemker. Blemker, captain and high 
scorer of the team, was elected to the pre-Tournament team and also 
made the Tournament five. 

Having defeated Catholic High two games out of two to win the 
City Championship, the Cadets also reached the semi-finals in 
Tournament play. 

Returning lettermen are: Blemker, Clayton, Crouch, Dunaway, 
Fleming, and Wheeler. Those receiving letters for this year's play 
are: Beale, Blemker, Clayton, Croft, Crouch, Dunaway, Fleming, 
Luckcv, Phinizv, Townes, Weathers, and Wheeler. 




■■Su>peii5e 




John Fleming 
Forward 



Tom Clayton 
Guard 



Richard Weathers 
Forward 






Tom Murphev 
Guard 



Lester Crouch 
Guard 



OUie Wheeler 
Guard 



A.R.C. 29 Tech High 

A.R.C. 30 Athens 

A.R.C. 33 Tech High 

A.R.C. 48 Columbus 

A.R.C. 31 Savannah 

A.R.C. 46 Benedictine 

A.R.C. 30 Athens 

A.R.C. 45 _ Benedictine 

A.R.C. 31 Savannah 

A.R.C. 46 Jordan 



SKETBALL SCHEDULE 

66 A.R.C. 40 Columbus 41 

31 A.R.C. 29 Jordan 57 

45 A.R.C. 33 Lanier 45 

54 A.R.C. 31 Lanier 36 

39 A.R.C. 49 Catholic High 22 

27 A.R.C. 61 Catholic High 31 

31 A.R.C. 43 Columbus 25 

40 A.R.C. 28 Lanier 59 

40 A.R.C. 26 Jordan 46 

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Billy Dunnawav 
Forward 



Billy Phinizy 
Forward 



Curtis Luckev 
Center 



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B" Varsity Basketball 



PARTIAL SCHEDULE: 

B-Varsity 28 — A.Z.A. 16 
B-Varsity 50 — Hephzibah 35 
B- Varsity 51 — "Y" Ramblers 24 
B-Varsity 33 — Catholic High 21 
B-Varsity 42 — "Y' Ramblers 32 
B-Varsitv 37 -Hephzibah 30 
B-Varsity 48 — Central Christian 59 





1st Row: Baggott, Florence, Freeman, Huguley, AUin, Xuivell. 

2nd Row: Knotts, Dowde, Wright, Hunter, Bryant, Satcher. 

3rd Row; Godowns, O'Daniels, Rouse, Dodi'en, Ghitter, Judson, Raines. 



Juiiior 





ketball 





Coach Rollins 



Short, Guard 

The Junior College basketball team, under the guidance of Coach Roy Rollins, compiled 
an impressive record in city league competition, but fell down in state competition, winning 
only two out of thirteen games. 

Made up almost entirely of veterans of this war, the Jaguars had what was probably 
the tallest team in the state. They were capable of putting a team on the floor of which the 
shortest player was six feet tall. 

In the city league, the Collegians won ten games while losing five, winding up in second 
place. In addition, they won second place in the YMCA Gold Metal Tournament, losing a 
hard fought game to Harlem in the finals. 

The mainstays of the team were Bill Blanchard, who led the season's scoring. Bill 
Short, Cortez Powell, Billy Fleming, Bill McAbee, Carl Wilson, Kendrick Monk, and Ken- 
neth Widener. 




Fleming, Guard 



McAbcf, Forward 



Wilson, Guard 




Schedule 



J.C.A. 39 — 33 Ga. State Teachers 

J.C.A. 29 — 39 Armstrong Jr. College 

J.C.A. 34 — 54 Oglethorpe University 

J.C.A. 32 — 56 Ga. State Teachers 

J.C.A. 43 — 38 CYPA of Savannah 

J.C.A. 37 — 43 U. of Ga. Savannah branch 

J.C.A. 17 — 54 .Armstrong Jr. College 

J.C.A. 30 — 50 Ga. Tech "B" team 

J.C.A. 40 — 66 Oglethorpe University 

yC.A. 37 — 44 U. of Ga. Savannah branch 

J.C.A. 30 — 36 G.M.C. 

J.C.A. 40 — 47 U. of Ga. Medical School 

J.C.A. 37 — 43 G.M.C. 




Blanchard, Forward 



Powell, Center 




1st Row: Fleming, Widcner, Rogers, McAbee, Barrett 
2nd Row: Cason, .Andrews Powell, Schwecrs, Wilson 



J. C, A. Girls' Bas 




The Junior College girls' basketball team, directed this year by Coach 
Wendell Sullivan, shows a record of four wins against four losses, a 
marked improvement over last year. 

With only two players back from last year, Annette Popkin and 
Pauline Joe, Coach Sullivan had to rely almost entirely on new- 
comers. Some of the outstanding new players included Bobbie Beall, 
who was high scorer, Mary Georgia Roundtree, Shirley Ragsdale, 
Ann Daniels, and Jane Marriott. 

Their schedule included wins over both local schools. Mount Saint 
Joseph and Tubman. 




1st Row: Ann Heslen, Hazel Ivey, Bobbie Ball, Jane Marriott, Ann Daniel, Shirley Ragsdale, Peggy 
Schweers, Kitty Ackles. 

2nd Row: Jo Anne Montstield, Pat Allison, Carolyn Turner, Mary Georgia Rountree, Colleen .^cklcs, Pauline 
Joe, Annette Popkin. 



A. R. C. 




Lanier High at Macon 

Dreher High at Augusta 

G.M.A. at College Park 

Savannah High at Savannah 

Dreher at Columbia 

Lanier at Augusta 

Savannah High at Augusta 

Southern Interscholastic Tournament at Chattanooga 

G.I. A. A. Tournament at Athens 



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John Coleman 



Walker Inman 



A, R» C» Tennis Team. 




The members of the A.R.C. Tennis Team 

Marvin Carpenter, captain; Rutledge Carpenter, Wray Farlow, Billy 
Fleming, Billy Hagler, Tom Hagler, Herbert Nachman, Hugh Puder, 
Ernest Fund, Billy Raines, and Edgar Richardson. 



Farlow 
Richardson 



The Academy Swimming Squad 




1st Row: Havron, Clarence Barinowski, Beii\, Haiiison, Matthews 

2nd Row: Jarrett, Emil Barinowski, Boardman, Sherman, Mulherin, Maxwell 

3rd Row: Lange, Carter, Farlow, Kitchens, Raines, Charlie Cooper, Bobby Cooper — Not present 




The swimming team got off to a good start this 
year in the beautiful Oliver General Pool. The 
team will have meets in and out of towTi and 
will enter the State meet in Athens. Although 
this is the first team in a number of years it is 
looking very promising. 



Charles A. Cooper, Sr., Victor Bowling, Michael Tanke, Siegfried Hanel 



CHEER LEADER: 




First Row: Joyce James, Mary Schweers, Connie Kjng, Connie Gallagher. 
Second Row: Warren Stewart, Tommie Croft, John Scroggs, Ed Martin. 



We take this opportunity to thank our cheerleaders for 
the boost in school spirit they gave us this year. The 
cheerleaders, headed by Ed Martin, who always had a 
word for the fans, added real enjoyment to our football 
games, inspired the teams, and promoted sportsmanship 



among the students and spectators. They were on their 
toes leading the cheers not only during the football sea- 
son, but also during the rest of the year at other ath- 
letic events. So thanks, cheerleaders, for your bang-up 
lesson in school spirit and sportsmanship. 




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Beauties 




The Rainbow Beauty Queen 



Joyce James 




Mary 
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Georgia 

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Blanche 
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Betty 
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Valedictorian 




James 
Kemp 

J.C.A. Valedictorian 




John 
Heng 

A.R.C. Valedictorian 




Wray 
Farlow 

Most Popular Senior 





Barry 
Blemker 

Best All-Round Senior 




John 

Fleming 

Best Senior Athlete 



George 
Maxwell 

Alost Handsome Senior 





Fletcher 
Rush 

Most Popular Sophomore Boy 



Sis 
Schweers 

Mo it Popular Sophomore Girl 



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John 
Smith 

Best Ail-Round Sophomore Boy 








Betty 
Gilliland 

Best All-Round Sophomore Girl 



Mary 
Broome 

Most Popular Freshman Girl 





John 
Scoggins 

Most Popular Freshman Boy 




Shirley 
Ragsdale 

Best All-Roiind Freshman Girl 



Ed 
Martin 

Best All-Round Freshman Boy 



CAMPUS PERSONALITIES 




CORTEZ POWELL — 

Most Likely to Get Hit 
by an Airplane 



DORIS HOLLAND— 

Just a Little 
Bit of J.C.A. 



BARNEY WHITAKER- 
One Honest Politician 



MARY ALICE and 
CHARLIE COOPER - 

Getting Nowhere 
Fast 



TOMMY KIRKLAND- 
The Laugh 




TONY KIRKLAND and 
ROY SIMKINS — 

Freshman Squirms 



JOE FAULKNER — 
Our Military Hero 



KITTY and MICKY ACKLES 
Two of a Kind 




ANNA OLIVE — 

Anything for 
a Laugh 



JIMMY HARRISON 
Studious Now! 



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WRAY FARLOW 
Crook 



MISS BAILIE 

Out and Out, 
Our Favorite 




MARTHA RHENEY — 
The Main Drag 



CAMPUS PERSONALITIES 



DOT MORRIS - 
A Little Honey 



SHEALY REISER- 
Pin-up Boy 



FLETCHER RUSH- 

Skebo, Stretched 
Out 



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JIMMIE MURPHY - 

Oh, You Beautiful 
Doll 



GRACE KILLINGSWORTH- 
Her Smiling Grace 



DOC CHANDLER — 

Biggest Sport, 
And One of the best 





CONNIE KING 
Twinkle Toes 



BUCK BROWN 
and 
RONNIE BARKSDALE 

Low Life 



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BILLY MAC BRIDGES 

A Missing Link 




BILLY LANG- 

Sharp As His 

Creases 





MR. HAINS- 
The Colonel 



ANNE MOORE - 

Leading Lady 



JESSE HAMMOCK - 
The Mouth 




ACTIVITIES 



The Rainbow Staff 




Wren 



Cooper 







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Olive 



Peebles 



Mern,' 



Editors-in-Chief _ Margie Wren 

Charles Cooper 

Associate Editors Anna Olive 

Hall Peebles 
Brian Merry 

Assistant Editors _ Emily Webb 

George Maxwell 
Larry Morris 
Barbara Covar 
Martha Drane 
Barbara Bassford 
Suzanne Wilcox 
Hazel Ivey 
Frank Young 
Anne Fussell 

Art Editors _.... Nancy Williams 

Mary Alice Cooper 
Stuart Irvin 
Charles Fouche 
Margaret Baynard 

Military Editors Joe Faulkner 

Ed Martin 

Athletic Editors Ivan Parker 

John Scroggs 

Activities Editors Fletcher Rush 

Shirley Ragsdale 
Constance Miller 
John Scoggins 

Picture Editors _ George Kelly 

Myron Fogel 
Henry Mealing 
Bill Herndon 



Webb 

Maxwell 

Parker 



Faulkner 
Rush 



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Business Editors _ .- Jeanne Satcher 

Clarence Muns 

Advertising Manager. Billie Fell 

Circulation Manager Bebe Wheeler 

Assistant Circulation Managers: 

Dot Morris Blanche Harrison 

Conrad McGahee Herbert Nachman 

Jack Egbert Herbert Shapiro 

Wray Farlow Harriet Heins 

Barr\' Blemker Joan Higgins 

Assistant Advertising Managers: 

Howard Jolles Joe Johnson 

Robert Padgett Harry Cashin 

Colleen Acklcs Melvin Harelik 

Nick Zervos Bobby Rouse 

Alton McFeely Winkie Harris 

Bernard Bailey Bob Powell 

Solicitors Joe Nixon 

Robert B. Smith 
Billy Benton 




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Editorial Staff 



The Musketeer Staff 



For the Junior College: 
Frank Sprouse, Literary Editor 
Larr\- Morris, Managing Editor 
John Scroggs, Sports Editor 
Hazel Ivey, Exchange Editor 

For the Academy: 
Herbert Nachman, Managing Editor 
Barrv- Bleniker, Sports Editor 

Reporters and Contributors: 
Bernard Bailey, Barbara Bassford, John Bowdidge, 
Bobby Cooper, Martha Dranc, Blanche Harrison, 
Pauline Joe, C. L. McCarthy, Hall Peebles, Barney 
Whitaker, Charlie Cooper. 



Business Staff 

Brian Merr>', Business Manager 

H. P. JoUes, Assistant 

Hall Peebles, Advertising Manager 

C. L. McCarty, Assistant 

E. W. Farlow, Assistant 

R. A. McFccly, Assistant 

J. H. Johnson, Assistant 

M. B. Satcher, Circulation Manager 

H. S. Shapiro, Assistant 

M. J. Fogel, Assistant 

M. M. Harelik, Assistant 

Faculty advisor: B. R. Smith, for the Business Staff; 
G. M, Scott for the Editorial Staff 



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The Musketeer has been the official organ for informing the students of the Academy 
and the Junior College since 1926. Throughout the years the Musketeer has been the out- 
standing factor for stimulating interest in student activities. Space is limited because of certain 
shortages, but an expansion of the Musketeer is planned for the near future. 




Phi Theta Kappa 



Jeaninc Brown 



Blanche Consclvea 




Joseph E. Faulkner 



The Phi Theta Kappa Society is composed of students who 
have made an average of 89% or above for the first three 
semesters of work. The purpose of this organization is to pro- 
mote scholarship, to develop character, and to cultivate fel- 
lowship among the students of the Junior Colleges of the 
United States. The honorary members from the faculty are: 
Mr. Clordle, Mr. Hains, Mr. Hardy, Mr. Markert, Mr. Neil, 
Mr. Read, Mr. Talkv, Mr. Galloway. 



Billie Fell 



James A. Kemp 



Marcella Mitchell V*^?^ 




Jeanne Satcher 




Maude Ella Purkal! 



Martha Rheney 



Emily Webb 



Lois Mulherin 




Anna Olive n'TH^ 





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Gold "R" Society 



The Gold "R" Society, founded in 1931, was organized to recognize student leadership in 
the various phases of Academy life. To obtain membership in the Gold "R" a student must 
have an outstanding record in three of the following fields: leadership, athletics, military 
and literary and arts. He must also have a satisfactory scho'astic record. Thus the mem- 
bers of the Gold "R" Society are the best all-around students in school. 



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This Year's Members 

Barry Blemker 
Lamar Collie, Jr. 
Wray Farlow 
Bill Fleming 
John Fleming 
George Maxwell 
Clarence Muns 
Herbert Nachman 
J. J. Nixon, Jr. 
Billy Phinizy 

Faculty Advisors 

Mr. Hill 
Mr. Houck 
Mr. Reiser 



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Barry Whitney 
W. Talbert Williams 
Henry Scogfcins 
Fletcher Rush 
George Cashin 
Jimmv Coleman 
John Scoggins 
Joe D. Wright 
Johnn\ Greene 
Pete Wardlaw 
Johnnv Whitaker 
Barnev Whitaker 
John Scroggs 










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OFFICERS 

Fletcher Rush President 

Barney Whitaker Vice-President 

George Cashin Treasurer 

James Coleman Secretary 

Miss Margaret Bailie God-Mother 



Frank Young 

Billy Shipman 

Joe Faulkner 

Edward Pippin 

Pete Drane 

Fraser Manice 

Norman Boatwright 

Sam Claytor 

Jack Egbert 

Bobby Mulligan 
Gordon Rainey 
Marion Laricy 
John Smith 





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Clarence E. Martin, President 
Fletcher Rush, Vice President 
C. Barry Whitney, Secretary 
Henry Whitehead, Treasurer 
Barry B. Blemker, Chaplain 
Bobby A. Ansley 
James A, Austin 
Claude E. Browning 
Richard A. Burch 
Charles A. Cooper 
W. G. Burch 
L. P. Collie 
John J. Egbert, Jr 
Wray Farlow, Jr. 
Joseph Faulkner 
C. L. Fulmer 
Billy Fleming 
John Flemmg 
Richard S. Hargrove 
Ivan Parker 
Pat Smith 





Whitney 



Whitehead 



Mills 



Jack Steinberg 
R. E. Teuton 
Lewis Wade 
Robert Walker 
R. H. Whitaker 
Barney B. Whitaker 
Frank A. Young 
William Lee Herndon 
Irvin Hightower 
Harold H. Hunter 
George M. Martin 
George M. Maxwell 
Conrad McGahee 
M. K. Monk, Jr. 
R. C. Mulligan 
Norman C. Moseley 
Clarence S. Muns 
J. L. Padgett 
Ernest Pund 
Billv Phinizv 





Warren Blanchard 
Mar\'in Clarpenter 
Billy Hagler 
Issac Jolles 
Davis Kellv 
Tommy Kirkland 
Bill Madcn 
Edgar Richardson 
Mitchell Raines 
BilK' Raines 
Milton Satcher 
Jimmy Lester 
George Smith 
Jerry Saul 
Mr. Claude M. Hill, 

Faculty Advisor 
Bobby Ansley 



The Richmond Academy Chapter of the National Beta Club is an organization 
devoted to leadership by service to the school and community, scholarship and 
character-building. 

This year the Beta Club members renovated the facilities in the Academy, 
cared for the physical property of the school, and stimulated leadership in the 
student body by their ovifn efforts and examples. Each vear a cup is awarded 
to the Sophomore who shows greatest improvement over his freshman year by 
the Club. 



Officers: 
Bill Fleming, President 
Edgar Richardson, Vice President 
Billy Phinizy, Secretary 
Jay Sawilowsky, Treasurer 



Barry Blemker 
Wray Farlow 
Bill Fleming 
Melvin Harelik 
John Heng 
Howard Jolles 
George Maxwell 
Brian Merry 
Herbert Nachman 
Joe Nixon 
Billy Phinizy 
Jack Sawilowsky 
Jay Sawilowsky 
Herbert Shapiro 
Robert Sills 
Mack Nickles 
Joe Bailey 



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Officers 

Billy Fleming — President 
Anna Olive — Vice President 
Margie Wren — Secretary 
John Fleming — Treasurer 

' Faculty Advisors 

Mr. Hains 

Mr. Galloway 

Mr. Eubanks 

Mr. Sullivan 



Bill Herndon 
Sarah Seago 
Esther Parrish 
Shirley Ragsdale 
Ivan Parker 
Nancy Williams 
Joyce James 
Tommy Kirkland 
Jimmy Murphy 



Members 

Billy Burch 
Pauline Joe 
Connie Miller 
Anne Moore 
Ann Mitchell 
Joe Faulkner 
Connie Gallagher 
Gilmer Sales 
W. R. Scoggins 



Marie Heng 
Bill Shipman 
Emily Webb 
Julia Fields 
Bebe Wheeler 
Adam Andrews 
Bill Fleming 
R. Edwards 
Roy Simkins 



The new Student Council was formed to give the school better government. Student 
Council members presented talks in chapel concerning school cleanliness and school spirit. 
The Student Council sponsored several dances in the fall, as well as the annual Hop in May. 
In April the Student Council presented a play, "A Little Honey." Through the he'pful r.upport 
of its faculty advisors the Student Council had a most successful year. 




RICHMOND Hl-Y 




Office 



President: Barry Blemker 
Vice-President: Billy Phinizy 
Secretary: Billy Fleming 
Treasurer: Tom Clayton 

Tony Allen 
M. Carpenter 
Bud Carter 
Wray Farlow 
Dabnev Graybill 
Billy Hagler 
Tom Hagler 
Buddy Martin 
George Maxwell 
Regnald Maxwell 
Jack Newton 
Mills Powledge 
Ernest Fund 
Edgar Richardson 
Bob Teuton 
Nick Zervos 
.John Coleman 
Armin Barton 
Gene Brigham 
Eddie Howell 
Charles Inglett 
Bill Lewis 
Jimmy Evans 
Henry Rachels 



This year's Richmond Hi-Y had a very active year. A few of its many 
projects were the sponsoring of the Cadet Hi-Y, helping with the Com- 
munity Chest, and conducting Bible study in the home room. Many mem- 
bers were active on various teams and activities carried on by the school. 




ACADEMY Hl^Y 



Richard Hargrove, President 
Lamar Collie, Vice-President 
Willard Weeks, Secretary 
Irvin Hightower, Treasurer 



Ronnie Barksdale 
Dalton Brown 
Otis Cartledgc 
John Cornelison 
Charles Cooper 
Bobby Cooper 
Dick Jones 
Tommy Kirkland 
Derwent Langley 
SkipDv Moody 
Norman Moseley 
Paul Methvin 
Joe Nixon 
Jimmie Proctor 
Robert Rabun 
Billy Raines 
Gilmer Sale 
Dawson Teague 
Sonny Townes 
Carl Wagner 
Robert Young 
Weldon Hair 
Bert Harbin 
Henry Holmes 
Mr. Shealv Reiser 




For many years the Academy Hi-Y has been one of the best and most active 
clubs in the state. Certainly this year's club has held up this high tradition, 
with the purpose of creating, maintainmg, and extending throughout the 
school and community high standards of Christian character. The members 
have sponsored both religious and civic projects, held regular programs, 
and enjoyed occasional socials. 



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Phalanx^ Psi Chaptei 








Psi Ohapter of Phalanx is a fraternity composed of veterans in the Junior 
College. Phalanx is a national fraternity, being affiliated with Y.M.C.A. 
Psi Chapter was started the first of October. Its motto is: friendship, under- 
standing, and service. 

Two constitutional meetings were held, after which the Psi Chapter was 
the first in .\ugusta to receive a charter from the Phalanx Fraternity. Since 
becoming chartered Psi Chapter has undertaken manv service projects. 



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WilHam E. Blanchard, Lan-y Morris, Dewey 
Cave, Bernard Bailey, Henry Whitehead, Mil- 
ledge Weathers, Floumoy Christie, Boyd Arn- 
old, John .Anderson, Russell Bethune, Frank 
Heslen, John Lemon, Joe Lemon, Alton Mc- 
Feelv, 1 . J. Barber, Joe Johnson, Malcolm 
McElveen, Julian Hargrove, Jim Austin, Mat- 
thew SoUer, John Hogan, Duke Satcher, Bill 
Keener, George McElveen, Mr. O. W. Chan- 
dler, faculty advisor. 



ORDER OF DEMOLAY 




Bobby 
Cooper 



Hall Peebles 



The DeMolay was started again after the war. It has already 
been recognized as a leading organization in school and com- 
munity activities. Their dances and social functions have come 
to be some of the most outstanding of the school year. De- 
Molay is increasing in size as well as in popularity. 



Charles Cooper 






Frank Young 






Pete Drane 







C. LITERARY SOCIETY 




Officers: 

Wray Farlow, President 

Herbert Nachman, Vice-President 

Mvron Fogel, Secretary 

Jack M. Sawilowsky, Treasurer 



Members : 

Myron Fogel 
M. M. Harelik 
J. Henry 
J. M. Sawilowsky 
H. P. JoUes 



H. Nachman 
M. Satcher 
R. Galloway 
W. Farlow 
J. Steinberg 



B. Tanenbaum 
H. Shapiro 
L. Cotts 

B. A. Ansley 

C. McGahee 



A. Lum 

B. Rouse 
J. Sale 

J. Lester 

E. Richardson 




J, C A. LITERARY SOCIETY 




The purpose of the Junior College Literary Society is to discover the talents ol its members 
and then to develop them. Any student attending J. C. A. is eligible for membership. At the 
meetings the students are given a chance to display their speaking ability by debate-, on a wide 
variety of subjects. Their ability to recognize the value of books is developed by their assorted 
book reviews. Mr. T. J. Huffman, Professor of History at the Academy and Junior College, is 
the faculty advisor. 



Officers 

James Kemp — President 
Emily Webb — Vice President 
Mary Alice Cooper — Secretary 
Julius Johnson — Treasurer 

Members 

Jimmy Kemp 
Bebe Wheeler 
Emily Webb 
Mary Alice Cooper 
Anna Olive 
Nancy Williams 
.Joe Faulkner 



Martha Drane 
Joyce Huff 
Frank Young 
Julius Johnson 
Margaret Baynard 
Jeanne Satcher 
Barbara Bassford 
Maude Ella Purkall 
Billie Fell 
Betty Thompson 
Marian Elsie 
Johnny Hewett 
Margie Wren 
Harriet Hains 
Joan Higgins 







Kemp 
Cooper 



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The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of 
boys studying vocational agriculture in high schools. 
The Richmond Academy FFA Chapter is in its third year with 
an enrollment of 43 boys. These boys study the better methods 
of farming and acquire skill by earning out the improved 
practices on their home farm. They "Learn by Doing." They 
believe in "Better Days Through Better Ways" in fanning, and 
that to live and work on a good farm is pleasant as well as 
challenging. 





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Mr. Home 








William Nelson's hog judged best-fitted at 
Exchange Club Fair. 



The .presentation of the Lee award of $100 to 
defray National Convention expenses is pre- 
sented to Harold Dye by Mr. E. M. Home. 



Officers: 

Harold Dye, President 

Jack Newton, 1st Vice-President 

William Adams, 2nd Vice-President 

Richard Youngblood, Treasurer 

Willis Godowns, Secretary' 

Dcrwert Langley, Reporter 

E. M. Home, Advisor 

Members : 

David Archer 
Bobby Cadle 
Irvin Cheney 
B. J. Copeland 
William Dve 
Hugh Fulcher 
William Futch 
Joe Glaze 
Iniard Gibbs 
Shurley Hammack 
Everett Harbeson 
E. A. Hatcher 
Leonard Heard 




Richard Youngblood sets up new dairy 







Billy Horton 
Robert Hunter 
L. V. Jeffcoat 
Gene Jennings 
Monroe Johnson 
L. S. McAlhany 
David McKinney 
J. E. Mitchell 
William Nelson 
Jerry O'Hara 
Jack Reese 
Sonny Reid 
T. H. Rennison 
Harold Rhodes 
Walter Seats 
James Smith 
Marion Smith 
Lamar Storey 
Charles Sullivan 
Larry Thompson 
Carl Wagner 
Theodore Weathersbee 
John Welch 
Curtis Whaley 



ZETA RHO SIGMA 




Members: 

Betty Gilliland 
Lois Mulherin 
Dot Morris 
Bebe Wheeler 
Barbara Covar 
Joan Hige^ins 
Bobbie Beale 
Mar\' Broome 



Barbara Bassford 
Blanche Harrison 
Harriet Heins 
Jean Anderson 
Ann Daniel 
Shirley Ragsdale 
Mary Georgia Rountree 
Margaret Bavnard 



Zeta Rho Sigma Sorority was founded primarily as a social 
organization. It is the oldest chartered sorority at J. C. A. 
This year, outside of the social activities, the sorority spon- 
sored several chapel programs and a football game with the 
Tri Lambda Sorority. Meetings are held twice monthly at 
homes of the various members. Mr. Shealy Reiser is faculty 
advisor. ' 




Officers: 

President: Nancy Ewing 
Vice-President: "Sis" Schweers 
Secretary: Connie King 




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Officers 

Frank Sprouse, President 
James Kemp, Vice-President 
Harold Hodgens, Secretary 
Talbert Williams, Treasurer 



The Rho Chi, J.C.A.'s only club for pre-medical students, at- 
tempts to give the members a glimpse into their chosen pro- 
fession. Beside several trips to the hospital and medical college, 
the members have enjoyed several socials. 





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Harold Hodgens 




James Kemp 




Henry Scoggins 




Frank Sprouse 




Warren Stewart 




John Whitaker 




Talbert Williams 






PHI GAMMA SIGMA 




Officers: 

President: Frank Sprouse 
Vice-President: John Whitaker 
Secretary: June Dobyns 
Treasurer: Blanche Conselyea 



Adam Andrews 
Mary Alice Cooper 
Blanche Conselyea 
June Dobyns 
Joe Faulkner 
Billie Fell 
Harold Hodgens 
James Kemp 
Lois Mulherin 
Anna Olive 
Jeanne Satcher 
Frank Sprouse 
Emily Webb 
Bebe Wheeler 
John A. Whitaker 
Nancy Williams 
Frank Young 




ALPHA MU CHI 





Officers: 

Shirley Simpkins, President 
Maurice Rice, Vice-President 
Marie Heng, Secretary 
Frank Sprousc, Treasurer 
Dot Morris, Reporter 
Mr. Moslev, Advisor 



Members: 

Sarah Seago 
Bessie Sniaragdis 
Julia Fields 
Esther Parrish 
Betty Hughes 
Gorden Walters 
Johnny Hewett 
Barrett Bowden 
Charles McLardy 
M. S. McElveen 
Harold Tyson 
J. T. Johnson 
Blanche Conselyea 
Ann Mitchell 
Martha Drane 
Charles Hoover 
Anne Moore 

Organized this first semester to promote fur- 
ther interest among J.C.A. students in math- 
ematics, Alpha Mu Chi promises to be an in- 
teresting club. 



DEUTSCHER VEREIN 




Officers: 

Frank Sprousc, Prrsident 
James Kemp, Vice-President 
Blanch C. Conselyea, Secretary 
Marie Heng. Treasurer 

Members: 
Bill Besson 
Thomas Bowden 
Hansel Cason 
Marv Alice Cooper 
Johnny Green 
Harold Hodgens 
Eugene Home 
Betty Hughes 
Julius Johnson 
John Lemon 
Constance Miller 
Emily Webb 
Bebe Wheeler 
John Whitakcr 



The German Club of J.C.A., the purpose of which is to give students taking German a 
better understanding of the language, has accomplished much with meetings, open forums, 
and many delightful socials. 




THE VETERANS CLUB 



Officers : 

Ralph Youngblood, President 
Billy Fleming, Vice-President 
Smitty Smith, Secretary-Treasurer 




The Veterans Club was organized for the first time this year. The large number of veterans 
now attending Junior College and the Academy have started well on the road to a splendid 
organization. Besides regular business of the club, they have had several enjoyable socials. 




Officers; 

L. Gadden, President 
L. Bargeron, Vice-Pre 
'1'. Reese, Treasurer 
U. Scott, Secretary 



Aldridge, Jesse 
Anthony, Curtis 
Bargeron, Lonnie 
Boulineau, Robert 
Brown, William 
Burnley, Billy 
Burch, Oliver 
Cadden, L. B. 
Cllark, Gary 
Cole, Edward 
Collins, James 
Cook, James 
Davidson, John 
Davis, Harn,' 
Durham, Vernon 
Futch, Harold 
George, Leslie 
Greene, Sol 
Hall, William 



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Hatcher, Elmo 
Harbcson, Everett 
Herrington, Jack 
HoUinian, Clifford 
Illc, John 
lUe, Thomas 
Inglctt, Charles 
Jones, Robert 
Johnston, Frank 
Leonard, Lawrence 
Leopard, Eddie 
McKcown, Harry 
McMichael, Robert 
Newman, James 
O'Tyson, Elbert 
Overton, Hennan 
Padgett, John 
Pyle, Jackie 
Postell, Alvin 
Rachels, Henry 
Reese, Thomas 
Scott, Hugh 
Smith, Paul 
Thigpen, Floyd 
Toole, Wallace 
Whitaker, Robert 
Woraack, John 
Zervos, Nick 



The purpose of the club is .to enable the members of the D. C. T. Class to get better ac- 
quainted with each other, through social functions both locally and with State Federation of 
D. C. T. Clubs. The other two parts are class-room work on technical instruction for a par- 
ticular job toward which the student is training, and practical experience in some local estab- 
lishment in the afternoons. In this way, a D. C. T. student would be able to carry on some 
specific work when he has finished his course. The regular course covers two school years, and 
can be taken only by Juniors and Seniors. 




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THE PRIZE OF SMOKE 

The box I put upon the fire 
Lay there awhile; and then 
A? hastily as the rain drops 
Fall in Spring, the flames 
Crept in and filled it with 
A golden, dazzling light. 
Then suddenly, as thev had come, 
The flames were gone, leaving 
A thin black shell. A moment, 
.\ shudder, then gentlv floating 
On the breeze, the box is gone 
Away in smoke. 

A mortal soul did caper 

Upon the fire of sin. 

His will was strong, but blazing lusts 

Did fill his soul with searing greed; 

A golden life he had, then 

In one swift blaze all, all was gone 

Fortune and friends and laughter. 

Here is an empty husk — a man — • 

Black with the filth of sin — 

A breath of air, a life is gone 

.\wav in smoke. 

• — Mary Alice Cooper 



FAINT NOT, MY SOUL 

Faint not, my Soul! For there is yet another day 
In which thou mayest see something 
Beautiful along life's toilsome way. 
Faint not! For fainting is for those who weakly stand 
And build their hopes upon the temporal sand. 
Oh Faint not, my Soul! 

Faint not, my Soul! For there is yet another night 
In which thou mayest see. 

Aside from life's dark passions, something bright. 
Faint not! For there is yet the call to look above 
And build strong hope^ upon Eternal Love! 
Oh! Faint not, my Soul! 

— Anna Olive 



HAPPINESS 

I looked into the clear blue sky 
And saw a golden shaft of light. 
It was the gilded candle of Hope 
Lit by the burning flame of Love, 
.■\nd borne bv the .'\ngel Gabriel — 
The fair white arm of Gabriel — • 
Holding it aloft for all to see 
Who would but see. 

— Peggy Duckett 



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TELL ME 

What docs a rich man do on Sunday? 

Go to church? Play golf? Or sleep? 
What does a poor man do on Sunday? 

Go to church? Work? or Weep? 

What does a beggar-man do on Sur-day? 

Go to church? Beg? or Pray? 
What does a ihief do on Sunday? 

Go to church? Steal? or Play? 

And the doctors, lawyers, Indian ch:ef^. 

What do they do on Sunday? 
Oh, busy, busy little man; 

They'll all have to m.eet on Monday. 

— Anna Olive 











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Oh, God, bless this world 
In its darkening hours; 

Help us to carry on 

Beyond the atomic powers. 

Guide us through our work 
Each hour of thi' day; 

And we will, Oh God, 
Both work and pray. 

— Joe E. Quarles. '49 



You find in everything what you are looking for — nothing 
more and nothing less. Your life is bounded by your mind and 
the deepness of your thoughts is measured by your desire to 
learn. How wise we are when we discover that God made the 
world for all of us and not for one man alone. We all look 
at life in a difTerent way and who is divine enough to say, "My 
way is right?" 



CORNELIAS 



I went out into the sunparlor where the maid told me I would find Cornelius 
Standing at the door for a moment I quickly de.scribed him to myself that I might 
never forget just how he looked on the morning after his ninety-first birthday. He 
was unaware of my presence. His long large body was stretched out in the oversized 
parlor chair, with his feet propped up on his footstool. One of his own sinewy arms 
was resting on the arm of his chair. The newspaper which he had been holding in 
his hand had dropped to the floor. He was gazing out the window. 

I held my hat in my hand as I took several steps nearer. I reached his chair 
and stood almost in front of it. "Cornelius", I said. "How are you, Cornelius?" He 
slowly turned his head toward me. Our eyes met and we looked at each other for — 
well, I dont know how long: several minutes at least. 

He was a handsome man. Time had not robbed him of all his good looks. His 
hair was as white as bleached cotton and brushed forward as if to conceal his in- 
creasing baldness. His forehead was broad. His ver^- thick eyebrows were as white 
as his hair. He had sad, dark brown eyes, glistening now with tears which filled 
them; eyes, cushioned by little bags of care under them. His nose was long and 
slender. Just under it grew a thin mustache brushed outward from the center. He 
had lips the color of cooked cherries. His cylinder-shaped chin was the foundation 
of a small goatee. His face was pale but his cheeks glowed. He turned his eyes again 
toward the window. 

"Pull up a chair, John," he said dryly. 

I did. There was a long silence. Neither of us mentioned Phoebe, but we both 
thought of her. \Ve didn't speak of the long stor^' that we both knew so well : that 
Cornelius and Phoebe had been engaged just before the Civil War began. We didn't 
say anything about the fact that Cornelius was missing in battle so long that people 
had given him up for dead, and that I, his own brother, had married his betrothed. 
One day, when we were all eating dinner, Neil, as we called him, walked in in his 
ragged gray uniform. Everyone was overcome with joy. Somehow it was as if a 
ghost had walked in on us, and Goodness knows how ashamed I was. That night 
Phoebe went to her room and cried. It seeined to me as if I had taken away my 
brother's birthright, and I felt that he always compared ourselves with Jacob and 
Esau. He had loved Phoebe with all his heart and soul and would have died ten 
times for her, but God knows that I loved her, too! And I still do. Cornelius is 
ninety-two now; I am eighty-seven. My son — mine and Phoebe's son — is half a 
century old himself now. Bless him! Phoebe — well, Phoebe has just started that long, 
long sleep that we all must start some day. That is what recalled these things to our 
minds. Neither of us mentioned them, but we pondered them in our hearts. 

Cornelius cleared his throat. "What did she sav before she — before she died, 
John?" 

"Several things," I said slowly. "She did mention you. She said, 'Give my love 
to Neil'; but, Neil, her last words were, T love you, John.' She just whispered it, 
then she was gone." 

"She was meant for you, John. I like to believe that. He paused. "Well, it 
won't be long before I join her up there." His mood changed. "If I hadn't been 
such a stubborn old fool, I'd have married some other pretty girl before I got too 
old. Live and learn," he mused. "Oh, well, they say the first hundred years are the 
hardest," Cornelius chuckled. "I hold no hard feelings against you. Brother." He 
smiled. 

I reached for his hand. "Old men get as sentimental as old women sometimes, 
Neil." I felt my own tears drop on my hand. I looked up at him — my understanding, 
big brother. He was smiling but he was asleep. 

— By Nancy Williams 



Reconstructions of Georgia Indians 
By W. T. Ncill, Department of Biology 

At right: Prehistoric Indian, based on material discovered in mounds 
in Savannah River swamp. 

Below, at right: Westo Indian, inhabitant of Augusta region in the 
seventeenth century. 

Below, at left: Tomochichi, chief of the Yamacraw Indians, who 
befriended Oglethorpe and the early settlers of Georgia. 








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THE PLEA 

In moon-lit realms of woodland 
By trails where I have been, 

The dew drops break the stillness 
When driven on the wind. 



At morn the tears will glisten 

Here, on a speechless mound. 

And grieve the one that lingers 

And kneels upon the ground. 

Dear soul that now reposes 

With unreproachful stare. 

You'll never see the roses 

I've planted for vou here. 

Dear God that did me kindness 
And kept a sinner's life. 

Oh, cleanse mv hands forever 

These hands that held a knife 

For in these realms of woodland, 

Where dew drops break apart. 

The stillness here is broken 
By my breaking heart. 

— Lamar Nicholas 



THE BEAUTY OF A TEAR 

If thou hast erred — 

And who has not — 
And art inclined to weep 

Slow tears of remorse, 

Salt tears of regret. 

Searing tears of self-condemnation, 
Desist. Lift high thy soul 

And bethink thee 
The beauty of a tear. 
Mayhap thy mischance 

was trifling small. 
Wouldst loose a treasure-hoard 

For a slight sin? 
And if thy wrong deed 

Was sordid, sinful in the extreme, 
Wouldst mingle vileness 

With rare loveliness? 
Wouldst make the beautiful tears 

The heart-fellow of sin? 
If thy heart bids thee repent. 

Repent humbly, contritely. 

And not with tears. 
For tears are proud lovely jewels 

To be kept within the jewel-box of a heart 
And only shed for the rarest occasion 

Of love's demanding. 

Do not demean the beauty of a tear; 

Let it linger to enrich thy heart. 

- — Margie Wren 



THE ANS^WER 

Little we know of Life's meaning; 

Little we know of God. 
More we know of the way of love, 

More of the smell of the sod 

Is it good or bad to be earthly; 

Is it good or bad to be wise? 
The answer lies in the heavens; 

The happiness rests in God's eyes. 

— Mary Alice Cooper 



The Earth got his face washed late last night 

And he howled and screamed in fury 

Like a small boy's rage at his mother's calm 



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FLOWERS 

HARBIN'S FLORIST 

Corner of A.R.C. Avenue and 
Junior College Boulevard 

Phone 3-4406 — 3-4407 



"Since 1889" 

AUGUSTA LUMBER COMPANY 

Building Material 
Lumber — Millwork 

Dial 2-1813 
Augusta, Georgia 




Compliments of 

JOE FRASCA 

GOLF PROFESSIONAL 

At Augusta Country Club 



Short Orders Fountain Drinks 




TREAT YOUR DATE AT 






THE VARSITY 






DRIVE-IN 






Gwinnett at Druid Park 




Bar-B-Q 


Curb 


Service 



FURNITURE EXCHANGE 

New and Old Furniture 

Every Customer a Friend 

1238 Broad Street Dial 2-8244 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



BICYCLES — MOTORCYCLES 
PENNZOIL 

R. L. SUMERAU & SON 

1248 Broad St. Dial 2-5301 



Co ng^ratulation^i 




Augusta, Georgia 



yi o u r Station 



Yesterday Today - - - - Tomorrow 



LOMBARD BRINSON 



Exclusive Men's Wear 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments 

RADIO SALES SERVICE 

310 Masonic BIdg. 



Eileen Stulb 



Thurston Bennett 



Compfimenfs of 



JOHN J. MILLER COMPANY 



Compliments of 

REYNOLDS FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

"Anything in Home Furnishings" 
973 Broad Street 



Compliments 
of 

AUGUSTA BOOK STORE 

833 Broad Street 



AUTO 


SUPPLY 


COMPANY 




606 Broad 


Street 


Phone 2- 


7223 


Augusta, Ga. 




ROGERS 


' JEWELERS 


831 


Broad Street 


WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, AND 




RADIOS 


"The House 


of Diamond Values" 





Comp/i'ments 


of 




DIXIE 


COAL COMPANY 




QUALITY 








COAL — FUEL 


OIL 




1370 Greene St. 


Dial 


2-6677 




CONGRATULATES 



A. R. C. and J. C. A. GRADUATES OF '47 



and invites you to consider a position with this big 
friendly Department Store. Merchandising as a career 
offers many wonderful opportunities, and we will be 
glad to see you. 



WATCH WHITE'S FOR GREATER THINGS TO COME 



MAXWELL BROTHERS 

FURNITURE 

Frigidaires :-: Philco Radios 
Draperies 

EXPERIENCED INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE 

Phone 2-5526 
933-35 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




Compliments of 


AUGUSTA DAIRIES 


Grade A Pasteurized Milk 


Taste-Rite Ice Cream 



DE 


LUXE CLEANERS 




Dry Cleaning — Pressing 




Alterations 


315 Eighth St. Dial 2-4325 




Augusta, Georgia 



HILL & MULLIGAN 
PRODUCE CO. 

Wholesale 
FRUITS, PRODUCE, AND GROCERIES 



RELIABLE 
TRANSFER COMPANY, INC. 

Serving Directly Atlanta, Chattanooga, Macon, 

Jacksonville, and Greenville 
General Ofiices Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



GREEN'S GARAG 



125 Fifth Street Phone 2-6455 



A 



HUNDRED AND SIX YEARS 
OF BAKING EXCELLENCE 



ClanSSeiiiS 

Bread 





FAVORED OVER h ^,^==^^^0^0 V E A It t 




Blow Pipe 



Rock Wool Insulation 



BUILT UP ROOFING 

MODERN ROOFING & METAL 
WORKS 

The Best in Roofing and 
Sheet Metal Work 

930 Walker Street Phone 2-6462 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



RUBEN'S 



914-16 Broad St. 



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Complete Outfitter for the 
Entire Family 



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Augusta's Only Home Owned Dept. Store 




Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

from 



D 



AVISON'S 



Patronize 



IMlim ICE MD COAL COMPAM 



100% Home Industry 



PHILLIPS & WILSON 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

HOME FURNISHINGS 

1162 Broad St. — Dial 2-4913 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Osbon Auto Supply Co. 

Fisk Tires — Fisk Batteries 

Parts and Accessories 

Tire Recapping 

1253-1255 Broad Street 
Augfusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



KENYON AUTO STORE 

644 Broad Street Phone 2-1910 

Be Wise . . . Economize — Patronize Kenyon's 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



C. M. HILL & SONS 



565-67 Broad Street 



AUGUSTA MEN'S STORE 

Shoes, Clothing and 
Furnishings 

H. S. HARLEY 
863 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia 



STAR MUSIC CO. 

218 8th Street 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

COMPLETE MUSIC ACCESSORIES 

Abe Schneider . . . Manager 




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MCDONALD'S 


1401 Monte Sano Ave. 


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"A Clean Place to Clean Clothes" 

WILLIFORD'S CLEANERS 

432-4-6 Eighth Street 

CASH-AND-CARRY DELIVERY SERVICE 

Dial 2-5775 or 2-5776 

Sub-Station Located at 
1912 Walton Way 

CASH AND CARRY ONLY 



and... 
Coke for all 




• OtTtED UNflt* AUTMOIITT Of tMI COCA.COIA COMfAMT •* 



Inpsk (]oca-(]ola Bottling Oompany 

Augusta, Georgia 




i^HooFiNG SMetal Works 

live oi>poi*«k't.e<l 

ROOFING 

INSULATION AND SHEET 
Metal Work of Every Description 

"It Costs No More to Get the Best" 

623 Reynolds Street 

Phones 2-2318 — 2-4793 



Perkins Lumber Company 

LUMBER — BUILDING MATERIAL 
MILLWORK — DOORS — SASH 



619 Thirteenth St. 



Augusta, Ga. 




Best Welshes 



THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE 



THE SOUTHS OLDEST NEWSPAPER 



Established 1785 




DANIEL'S SHOE SERVICE 

129 — 8th Street 

"For Twenty-two years, Augusta's Master 
Shoe Rebii'tlder" 



BLANCHE COTTON MILLS 

Inc. 

AUGUSTA . GEORGIA 



"SINCLAIR" 

For every machine of every degree of wear there 

is a scientific Sinclair Oil to suit its 

speed and seal its power 

R. A. BENSON, AGENT 



MR. JOE'S LOAN OFFICE 

Headquarters for 

SPORTING GOODS 

AND FISHING TACKLE 

1124-26 BROAD STREET 



WIN-DO-LUXE VENETIAN BLINDS 



RICHMOND VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY 



1775 Kissingbower Rd. 



Phone 3-8286 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



CALAMAS' 

PRODUCTS 

Try Our Delicious 

PECAN BRITTLE — PEANUT BRITTLE 
AND PECAN ROLL 

Made from an Old Southern Recipe 

Also 

FRESH POTATO CHIPS — PEANUTS 

CAKES 

PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES 

Washington Candy Co. 



594 Broad Street 



Phone 2-3721 



"Standard" 

CLASS RINGS 

for 

RICHMOND ACADEMY 

(Any Graduating Year) 
Write: 

H. S. CANFIELD 



1560 N. Decatur Road 



Atlanta, Ga. 



Manufactured By 

HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

Also COMPLETE LINE OF 

Diplomas . . Caps and Gowns . . Medals . . Trophies 
Invitations . . Cards 



THE JONES FURNITURE CO. 


Established 1896 


1010 Broad Street 


Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 



SHIP AHOY RESTAURANT 



"The South's Leading Restaurant" 



DINE AND DANCE AT THE SHIP'S DECK 



Compliments of 



Hull, Barrett, Willingham and Towill 



Attorneys-at-Law 



STANDARD PAPER COMPANY 

WHOLESALE 

628 Seventh St. Phone 2-4415 

Augusta, Ga. 





Compliments of 


HARLEY'S GROCERY 


2102 


CENTRAL AVENUE 


3-4419 


3-4410 




GREAR'S, INC 



FURNITURE 



1204-06 BROAD STREET 



Compliments 
of 

AUTO FINANCE COMPANY 





DR. 


R. 


w. 


ROPER 






■ ■ • 


Optometrist . . . 




Marion 


Building 




Augusta, 


Georgia 



SMOAK 


s 


BAKERY 


Homemade Bread, 


Cakes and Pies 


Dial 3-5931 




2108 Central Ave. 



ilnjoy. the 

Sancken's 



MILK and ICE CREAM 



Compliments 

A & P SUPER MARKETS 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



B. B. LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY 



Phone 2-2359 



Augusta, Ga. 



BUILDING MATERIALS — LUMBER 
MILLWORK — DOORS — SASH 

Yard & Office. 1245 D'Antignac Si. Cor. I3fh St. 



G. B. GAVALAS & SONS 



305 9TH STREET 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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Compliments of 



AUGUSTA HERALV 

An Independent Newspaper 



Augustd Owned — Augusta Edited 




Compliments 




Compliments 
of 


of 

DAVISON'S AUTO SERVICE 




HERBERT McMICHAEL 

GROCERIES — MEATS 


123 7th Street Augusta, Georgia 




Ph. 3-7837 1905 Walton Way 


Compliments 




Best Wishes 
of 


of 




STANDARD BAG COMPANY 


AUGUSTA CHEMICAL CO. 




AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



FACE BRICK 



COMMON BRICK 



STRUCTURAL TILE 



MERRY BROS. BRICK & TILE CO. 

Established 1899 
Masonic Bldg. Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

C. T. Fund & Company, Inc. 



GROCERIES 

and 

PAPER PRODUCTS 



Compliments of 

POPE & FLEMING, INC. 

COnON FACTORS 
Augusta, Georgia 



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'RedRock^ 

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Compliments 
of 

DIXIE PIG 
DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 



Compliments 
of 

THE BOSTON HATTERS 




SATCHER COMPANY 



Complete Line 

BUILDING MATERIAL 
SUPPLIES 



629 - 1 0th Street Phone 2-5636 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



AUGUSTA AMUSEMENTS CO. 



MILLER THEATER 

The South's Most Beautiful and Modern Theater 
IMPERIAL - MODJESKA - RIALTO THEATERS 



FIFTH 


AVENUE SHOPPE 




THE LATEST FIRST 






IN 






SMART APPEAL 






MILLINERY 






LINGERIE 






HOSIERY 






BAGS 




829 Broad St. Augusta, 


Ga. 




Dial 2-5114 





Developing 


Printing Enlarging 


N, & W. 


CAMERA EXCHANGE 


Cameras — 


Photo Supplies — Accessories 




Movie Equipment 


Dial 2-4057 


220 Eighth St. 




Augusta, Ga. 





Compliments of 


FARR 


'S CLOTHIERS 


- 


By 'Farr' the Best" 


STUDENT 


CLOTHES and UNIFORMS 


ARE OUR SPECIALTY 


Dial 2-7002 


859 Broad St. 



Georgia Truck & Equipment 
Company. Inc. 

Distributors 

Trailers, Diesels, Tractors, Power Brakes 
and Commercial Equipment 

Telfair at Tenth Phone 2-G87G 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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LEWIS & OLIVE. INC. 

"THE REXALL STORE" 

Phone 2-6426-27 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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MARGARET LOTZ 

. . . Specialty Shop . . . 

Dial 2-5937 

827 Greene Street Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 



The Augusta Country Club 




Compliments of 

VALLEY COACHES 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 

Local Finance Company 

No. 4 Masonic Building 



Motlow Lumber Company 

Wholesalers and Exporters 



HARDWOODS 

PINE 

CYPRESS 



Masonic Bidg. 



Augusta, Ga. 



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AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 

Exclusive Distributors 

ACADEMY and JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC WEAR 
GOLF. TENNIS, BASKETBALL and FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 

Complete Fishing and Hunting Equipment 

210-212 EIGHTH STREET DIAL 2-6007 



THOS. H. BRITTINGHAM & CO. 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors 

919 Twelfth Street 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Where Quality- Accuracy and Fair 
Policy Prevail 

Twiggs Prescription Opticians 
To Eye Physicians 

421-23 S.F.C. Building 
Augusta, Ga. 



DRINK 



ROYAL CROWN 

Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. 

COLA 



BEST BY TASTE TEST 



Compliments of 

T. J. CARSTARPHEN CO. 

Wholesale— MELBA and JOHN RUSKIN CIGARS 

743 Greene Street 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



A. ROY KROUSE 

JEWELER 
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 

Located 

Augusta Sporting Goods Company 

210 8th Street 

Phone 2-3444 Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of " 

Marks Manufacturing Co. 

943 Ellis Street 



Compliments of 



W. INMAN CURRY 




FOR A QUICK SNACK 
STOP AT 

DAVISON'S DRIVE-IN 



Compliments 
of 

BELKS DEPT. STORE 

AUGUSTA'S LARGEST DEPT. STORE 



Compliments 



Partridge Inn Beauty Shop 



Stella G. Leipold, Mgr. 
Telephone 3-6302 



HARPER BROTHERS 

PICTURE FRAMES 

Art Material and Pictures 

426 Eighth Street Dial 2-6907 



PORTRAITS BY BREAULT 

Again we have enjoyed photographing you of the Academy and Junior 
College for The Rainbow. Now that you are about to take future steps as 
citizens of our city, we hope to keep in close contact with you and your 
family in years to come. 

Thank you, 

BREAULT 

748 Broad Street 




WALKER- DURANT MOTOR COMPANY 

"Your Ford Dealer" 



FORD CARS — TRUCKS — TRACTORS 



Sales and Service 



Broad at l4th Street 



Phone 2-5371 



YOU WILL SAVE 



Time and Trouble . . . Dollars, too 



by Selecting Your 



Gifts Here 



JAY JEWELERS 



Cash — Credit — Terms 



Save at Jay 



Jev/elry Repairing 



311 8th St. 



Watch Repairing 




CoinpVnnents of 

SOUTHERN FINANCE 
CORPORATION 

REALTORS 

REAL ESTATE, RENTS 
and INSURANCE 



McELMURRAY FURNITURE CO., INC. 

^^Furniture That Endures" 

923 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

JEAN'S CAFE 



Compliments 
of 

Judge H. A. Woodward 




Compliments 
of 

McLellan's Music Dept. 

858 Broad Street 
2-1467 



BERNARD'S 




DRAPERIES 


SLIP COVERS 




YARD GOODS 


CURTAINS 




978 Broad Street 


Augusta, 


Ga. 


Telephone 


2-3069 







Compliments of 






BUTLER 


'S 






BEAUTIFUL 








SHOES 






922 Broad Street 


Augusta, 


Ga. 



THE BEAUTY CENTER 

Complete Beauty Service 
Dial 2-5073 



Adelaide C. Arndt Mattie J. Crawford 

Bessie P. Conlon 



Complimen+s of 




Castleberry's Food Co. 

Augusta, Ga. 



Get A Musical Education on One of These: 

A Spinet or Grand Piano by: 

STEIN WAY 

EVERETT 

KIMBALL 

LESTER 

STORY & CLARK 

WINTER 

THE HAMMOND ORGAN 

THE HAMMOND NOVACHORD 

THE HAMMOND SOLOVOX 



L A. Russell Piano Co., Inc. 

Russell Building — Broad at Seventh 




Home of the "Thing" 

SOUTH'S FINEST 
DRIVE-IN REST 

Green at East Boundary 



RED LION GRILL 

Augusta's Finest 
Dinner Restaurant 

1934 Walton Way 



HUGH and ARTHUR GREENE 



Next to Home 






THE BEST PLACE TO 


EAT 




WILKINSON 


■s 




CAFE 






873 Broad Street / 


\ugusta, 


Ga. 



Compliments of 

Atlantic Fish Company 

SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST 

112 - 13th Street Phone 2-4331 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



Jernigan Hardware Co. 

RETAIL: WHOLESALE: 

1033-39 Broad Street 922 Walker Street 



Compliments 
of 

LEWIS BARBER SHOP 








Com 


pliments of 




A. 


J. 


FOGEL 




B. 


. P. 


MAYS 


THE 


FURNITURE MARKET 






IOI9 B 


road Street 



Compliments 
of 



S. H. Kress and Company 

5c— lOc — 25c STORE 

834 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

CONSUMER'S FEED & SEED STORE 



Ri[HmonDr::.s::[o 



Home and Commercial Appliances 

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 

Automatic Heating 

SALES : 746 Greene Street . . . Phone 2-2525 

SALES — SERVICE: 1278 Broad St., Phone 2-3910 

SERVICE — WAREHOUSE: 857 Gwinnett St., Phone 2-3891 

Augusta, Georgia 



P<u^ ^t '!^(Mx^ 




RiCH(!ionDr::.s::co. 



746 Greene St. 



1278 Broad St. 



Scott A yrteat M^arket 



Lynwood Scott, Prop. 



Featuring 



NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS 
POULTRY AND SEA FOOD 



FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES 
AND GROCERIES 




Compliments of 

Economy Furniture Store 

ECONOMICAL AS THE HOME 



1240 Broad Street 



Phone 2-1439 



Compliments 
of 

Homefolks Cigar Store 

cigars Magazines 

Sodas 



Compliments 
of 

SOUTHEASTERN FUR CO. 



Richmond 


H 


oter 


Barber 


Sh 


op 


Lobby of Richnnond 


Hotel 



DDRIS 

JEWELERS 
AUGUSTA. GA. 



REAL ESTATE SALES— LOANS— INSURANCE 

Property Management 
Over 27 Years' Experience 

Blanchard & Calhoun 
Realty Company 



Augusta, Ga. 



Dial 2-6621 



Compliments of 

THE BUCKEYE COTTON OIL COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

COTTONSEED PRODUCTS 



Augusta, Georgia 




'uhe kouie to make 
a Itou^e a home. 



Phone 3-9051 




Compliments 
of 



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Unm HflRDiiioOD Luidber Compflnv 

GENERAL OFFICESi'AUGUSTA. GA.. U.S.A. 



MANUFACTURERS and EXPORTERS 



SFC BUILDING 



DIAL 2-8383 



AUGUSTA PAPER CO. 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Corrugated and Folding Boxes 

and Specialties 
6th and REYNOLDS Phone 1-H>9b-1 



Wm. Schweiger^ & Co. 

JEWELRY — GIFTS — NOVELTIES 

846 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

Simkins Seed Company 

987 BROAD STREET 
Dial 2-8157 




Compliments of 

SHERWIN & WILLI 

865 BROAD STREET 



Compliments of 

EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. 

"Complete Household Furnishings" 
1201-03 Broad Street Dial 2-5435 



Compliments 
of 

HOTEL RICHMOND 



Compliments 
of 



WILLIAMS BARBER SHOP 



202 Ninth Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



GEORGIA SPORTING GOODS, INC. 

319-321 SEVENTH STREET 
(Equipment for all Sports) 

FEATURING EXCLUSIVELY 
WILSON AND RAWLINGS 

DIAL 2-1961 



HALE AMERICAN YOUTH 

BOWL and KEEP FIT 

AUGUSTA BOWLING CENTER 

E. L. Addy, Prop. 

609 Broad Street 
Phone 2-9380 



Lettering 
Borders 



Repairs 
Strip Lighting 



SIGNS 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

CITY NEON CO. 

Commercial Sign Painting 

Dial 2-0698 412 - 8th St., Augusta, Ga. 

Mike Andrews 



BUTLER & JOHNSON 
HARDWARE CO. 

BUILDERS AND INDUSTRIAL HARDWARE 
HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES 

1046-48 Broad Streei- 
Phone 2-7440 



Compliments 



Gesieral Tire & Supply Co. 

I 165 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia 

TEXACO PRODUCTS 

GENERAL TIRES 

PREST-O-LITE BATTERIES 







Compliments 




J. 


c. 


PENNEY 


CO. 




840 Broad St., Augusta, 


Ga. 






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ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT RADIO STATIONS 

W G A C 

AT 58 ON THE DIAL 

WGAC is regularly heard by 3 million people 

WGAC is one of the South' s 
most powerful Radio Stations 




Compliments 

S. DONALD FORTSON COMPANY 

MILL SUPPLIES 
901 Reynolds St. Augusta, Ga. 



VICTORY CURB 

1728 Walton Way Phone 3-9960 

Avery Webb, Manager 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compfimenfs 
of 

MODEL GARAGE 



CLASS OF 1947 

We Offer You Our Heartiest Congratulations 

Your life has just begun. Many of you will seek higher educa- 
tional advantages, while others of you will begin your life work 
immediately. Yet, no matter where you are, or what type of ivork 
you are engaged in, all of you are sure to have a home some day. 
Therefore, whether home to you will mean an apartment for two, 
or simply "a room with a view" we urge you to start the practice 
early in life, shopping and saving on all personal and home needs 
at SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., "Your family Store in Augusta." 



BROAD STREET 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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Hatch Realty Company 

REALTORS 
HOMES _____ LOTS 

INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
INSURANCE 



136 Eighth St. 



2-2172 



GEORGIA-CAROLINA 
VENTILATED AWNING CO. 

2083 HECKLE STREET 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



J. T. Sanders C. K. Fields 

AUTO ELECTRIC AND 
CARBURETOR SERVICE 

We Specialize in 

Ignition and Curburetor Works 

Phone 2-9016-7 608 Ellis Street 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



SALES — PARTS — SERVICE 



HENRY DARLING, INC 
531 Broad Street 



SNOW'S 

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 
Augusta, Ga. 



Best Wishes for the Success of 

Each and Every Member 

of the Class of '47 



Congratulations 
to the 

Class of '47 

FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 



826 Broad Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



HUBBARD & PRINTUP 


DRUG CO. 


"In Business For Your Health" 


501 Ninth Street Phone 2-7088 


Augusta, Georgia 




Sidney Smith Paper Co. 

School Supplies 

Paper Towels, Cups, Bags, 

Wrapping Paper 

Specialfies 

562 Reynolds Street — Dial 2-6360 

Augusta, Georgia 



FAIR-JOPLIN-ANDREWS 
APPLIANCE CO. 

SALES AND SERVICE 
REFRIGERATORS, RADIOS AND 
ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

303 9th Street Phone 2-9854 

Augusta, Georgia 



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Compliments of 



WEBCO SALES COMPANY 



John J. Egbert, Manager 



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GIFTS 


of Distinction 


• 


BURTS 


Jewelers 


750 Broad Street 


In Richmond Hotel Building 



TWIN CLEANERS 

DRY CLEANING 
PRESSING — ALTERATIONS 

702 Crawford Ave. Dial 3-3053 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

MOORE, INC. 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 

615 Broad Street 
Phone 2-7551 



BENTLEY BROTHERS 
Furniture 

COMPLETE 
HOME FURNISHINGS 



Broad at 11th St. 



Phone 2-5309 



GEORGIA 
IRON WORKS 

Manufacturers of 

Phosphate Mining Machineiy 

Sand and Dredging Pumps 

Hydraulic Equipment 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Established 1891 



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STAR BRAND SHOES 




Dial 2-4212 




1036 Broad Street Augusta 


, Georgia 



Murphy Stationery Co. 

SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL 
STATIONERY 



718 Broad Street 



Dial 2-2122 




Compliments of 


ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 


624 Ellis Street Phone 2-G68G 



Compliments of 

MANGET BROTHERS 
COMPANY 

COTTON 

Augusta, Georgia 



"BRIGHAM'S" 

Complete 
Food Store 

1732 Broad Street 



CHARLES FULCHER 

AND HIS ORCHESTRA 
Fulcher Violin and Piano Shop 



939 Ellis Street 



Phone 2-8595 



SIG 


COX 


Refrigeration — 


Air Conditioning 


1565 Broad St. 


Phone 2-3556 


AUGUSTA 


, GEORGIA 



Compliments 
of 

STARR SMITH MOTOR, INC. 
Dodge & Plymouth 




Compliments of 

BYRD'S TRADING POST 

A HOUSE OF 
GOOD FURNITURE BARGAINS 



1234 Broad St. 



Phone 2-2562 



FENDER'S SPRING WATER 

"PURE FOR SURE" 

Analysis — 99.44% Pure 

FENDER'S SPRING WATER COMPANY 

Phone: 2-2217 
P. O. Box 25 Augusta, Ga. 



THE CITY COUNCIL OF AUGUSTA 



HON. W. D. PAGE, Mayor 



Arthur Balk 
A. W. Lucky, Jr. 
Frank P. Loyal 
T. G. Bailie, Jr. 
H. A. Glebner 
R. J. Wilkinson 
John W. Burke 



Lawrence Carry 
H. S. Cook 
L E. Palmer 
J. J. Harbin 
A. H. Lehmann 
O. O. Williamson 
John P. Cooney 



Thos. D. Beckum, Clerk of Counci 



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Dial 3-7242 — Road Service 


HILL SERVICE 


STATION 


"If you can't stop, smile 


as you go by" 


ATLANTIC PRODUCTS 


Baxley and Eddie Hardy, Props. 


1901 Walton Way 


Augusta, &a. 



H. L GLOVER 
LUMBER COMPANY 

SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE 
Cypress Hardwood Hardwood Flooring 

Marion BIdg. — Phone 2-1839 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

INTERSTATE 
COFFEE CO. 



DIAL 2-5588 

DIXIE CAB SERVICE 

"POSITIVELY WHITE ONLY" 

553 Ellis Street Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

ROY Y. HARRIS 




Compliments of 

McLELLAN'S 
STORES COMPANY 

Friendly Service 



Congratulations! Class of '47 

Wilensky's Bargain House 

OUTFITTERS FOR THE 

ENTIRE FAMILY 

1047 Broad Street 



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Compliments 
of 

RIVERSIDE MILL 



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AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



MEMBER BANKS 

GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK & TRUST CO. 

CITIZENS & SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 

THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF AUGUSTA 

UPTOWN BRANCH OF GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK & TRUST CO. 



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Members of F.D.I.C and Federal Reserve System 



SHERMAN 
AND 

HEMSTREET 
INC. 

REALTORS 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



SCROGGS & EWING 



Compliments of 

EUBANKS & HILL FOOD STORE 

848 Ninth Street 
Phone 2-8494 





Compliments of 




WYKE C. IVEY, JR. 


w. 


C. IVEY COAL COMPANY 




38 Years of Serving Augusta 




"Good Coal at All Times" 




1009 Roberts Street 


Dial 2-8218 Augusta, Ga. 




JOHN F. BRICKLE & COMPANY 
BICYCLES — LAWNMOWERS 

Repairs 

STORE AND MARKET 

EQUIPMENT 



Compliments of 

THE MOTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 
INC. 



"The South' s Oldest Nursery" 
FRUITLAND NURSERIES 

"Everything That's Beautiful" 



GEORGIA HATTERS 

219 8th Street Dial 2-4094 

B. A. Gavalas, Prop. 



Say 

It 

With 
Flowers 



CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

BEST WISHES 

BUSH'S FLORIST 



Flowers 

by 
Wire 



Compliments of 

R. E. BLANCHARD AND 
R. H. MADEBACH 

KINGS WAY 
PHARMACY, INC. 

2113 KINGS WAY 



EASTERN MOTOR CO. 



"YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER" 



595 Broad Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 



League. Duvall & Powell 

William J. Kelly. Vice-President 



REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL INSURANCE 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 



Geo. C. Baird and Co. 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



WASH AT 


HULSE 


LAUNDRY 


"Just , 


a Good One" 




Phones 


Plant 3-4451 


Branch 2-2460 



BEST WISHES 



CATHOLIC COMMUNITY CENTER 



YOUTH DIVISION 



^^See y[ou c4t Une C 




Compliments of 



Thompson's Soda & Grill 



(FAMOUS FOR THE BANANA SPLITS) 



Compliments of 

SKINNER AUTO SUPPLY 
COMPANY 



Compliments of 

SILVER'S MUSIC DEPT. 

904 BROAD STREET 
Phone 2-9544 



VISIT 
THE TERRACE ROOM 
SHERATON - BON AIR HOTEL 

"Augusta's Finest" 



F. E. Ferris & Company 

"Clothes of the Better Kind for Men, 
and Fashions for Youth" 



HICKEY FREEMAN 

D O B B S 

ARROW 



752 Broad Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
F. R. MILES, AGENT 

The American Oil Company 

602 Calhoun Street Phone 2-8980 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



C. H. Cohen 

124 8th Street 
IF IT'S GOOD 




A. Cohen 

2-5377 — 2-5373 
. . WE SELL IT i 


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Phones 
INSURANCE . . 



COLLEGE PHARMACY 

DRUGS — PRESCRIPTIONS 

Telephone 3-3687 ISO! Walton Way 

Augusta, Georgia 




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COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



BOYS' CATHOLIC 
HIGH SCHOOL 



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ELLIOTT SONS 



Compliments of 

T. E. NORVELL CO 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS 

844 Reynolds Street 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



STARK EMPIRE LAUNDRY 

LICENSED 

SAI\ITONE 

CLEANER 

CASH AND CARRY SERVICE 
DEUVERY SERVICE PHONE 3-3611 



Compliments of the "King" 



KING HARRY'S MUSIC SERVICE 



853 REYNOLDS ST. 




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. T. GRANT CO. 




JUNIOR DEPARTMENT STORE 




KNOWN FOR VALUES 




T. L. KJldufl, Mgr. 



Compliments of 


GREGORY'S 


BARBER SHOP 


213 — 


8th Street 



EELBECK MILLING CO. 

WHOLESALE MEAL, GRITS 
AND SYRUP 




Compliments of 



Board of Commissioners Roads and Revenue 



F. R. MILES, Chairman 



F. H. HOOPER 



R. P. MAYO 



C. H. Pins 



C. H. SANDERS 



E. C. MERTINS, Treasurer 



C. Y. KREPS. Clerk 



Complete Line 


of 


WATCHES 


— STERLING — DIAMONDS 


BECKUM & JONES 




M. A. BECKUM 




Repairing 




W. C. JONES 




Engraving 



RITZ COFFEE SHOPPE 


STEAKS 


—CHOPS 


FRIED 


SHRIMP 


Phone 


2-9252 


Corner Eighth 


and Ellis Streets 


AUGUSTA 


, GEORGIA 



Bassford Motor Company 

844 Reynolds Street 
Phone 2-8921 

BE SMART— RIDE A CUSHMAN MOTOR 
SCOOTER TO SCHOOL 



Distributors : 

Mercury 

Outboard Motors 



All Kinds 

Canoes, Boats and 

Cruisers 



MARKS HEATING & AIR 
CONDITIONING CO. 

We Specialize in the Following : 

HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING 
Both Domestic and Commercial 

HOT POINT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

Your Dependable Service Man — During and After 
the War 

Phone 2-3645 
702 TWIGGS ST. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



MERRY SUPPLIES 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

The Happy Solutions 



745 ELLIS STREET 
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



GRAHAM "U"-DRIVE-IT 



ALEX SPIRES 

BARBER SHOP 

221 9th Street 




BUSY BEE RESTAURANT 

Established 1916 

568 Broad Street — Phone 2-6256 

Mrs. C. Moutos, Owner Augusta, Ga 



BATES FURNITURE CO. 

1043 BROAD STREET 
PHONE 2-4853 



Georgia-Carolina Motors 

610 Broad Street 



Uptown Motor Sales 

1420 Broad Street 



Downtown Motor Sales 

610 Greene Street 

THE LARGEST USED CAR DEALERS 
IN THIS AREA 

Owner 
L. J. Woodward 



Dr. J. H. Butler 
Dr. R. L Henry, Jr. 
Dr. F. Lansing Lee 
Dr. C. M. Temple+on 
A Doctor Friend 
A Doctor Friend 
A Doctor Friend 



The B. F. Goodrich Co. 

RETAIL DIVISION 

990 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 

A. S. Gentry, Mgr. Phone 2-5434 



Sporting Goods 
Photographic Supplies 

BOWEN BROTHERS 
HARDWARE COMPANY 



905 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



MARTIN CLOTHING CO. 

Better Clothes For Less Money 

"SATISFACTION GUARANTEED" 

982 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 2-9605 



Best Wishes 
of 



Southern Commission Co. 







Compliments of 

The Reliable Pawn Shop 

1014 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



Smith Brothers, Agents 

316 Ninth St.— Phone 2-4243 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

HILL'S JEWEL BOX 

"Famous For Diamonds" 
952 Broad Street Phone 2-4744 



Compliments of 

KNIGHTS PHARMACY 

.1. T. Matheny, Prop. 



FRANK RENrCK 



LEON SIMON, JR., SUCCESSOR 



818 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Edmunds Drug Company 

"In Business For Your Health" 

Phone 2-6855 502 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 

THE DOWN TOWN MEETING PLACE 
FOR YOUR DRUG AND SODA NEEDS 



WILLIAM J. HEFFERNAN. JR. 

REAL ESTATE — LOANS 
INSURANCE 



126 Eighth Street 



Dial 2-2931 



Compliments of 



TOWN TAVERN 



647 Broad Street 




DEVELOPING 

PRINTING 

ENLARGING 

PHOTO SHOP 



BLUE -PRINTS 
PHOTO - STATS 

129 Seventh Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

RELIABLE FINANCE CO. 



2 Johnson Building 



PRESCOTT'S 

GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, FRUITS 
AND PRODUCE 



1503 Wrightsboro Road 



Phone 3-3631 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



S. & J. SIMOWITZ 








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MURPHY & ROBINSON 


PRESCRIPTION - 


-OPTICIANS 


Accurate Dispensers to 


Your Eye Physician 


8461/2 BROAD STREET 


DIAL 2-5641 



Compliments of 



W. D. LANIER 



E. J. McMAHON & CO. 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors 

INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS 

Call Us For Estimates ... No Obligation 

855 Walker Street Phone 2-9912 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Compliments of 

The Richmond Hotel 
Beauty Shop 

Lobby of Richmond Hotel 



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^^M^anuiacturer^ o/ M^odern Printing 



Dial 2-6416 747 ELLIS STREET Augusta, Ga. 



3 o r One discriminating, (E u g e r 

Highesf Quality 







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POULTRY FEED — LIVESTOCK & HOG RATIONS 

FEEPRIGHT MILLING COMPANY 



Lock Drawer 740 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



"YOUR FRIENDS FOREVER" 




THE GEORGE WALTON 
DINING ROOM 

The George Walton Apartments 

STEAKS — CHICKEN — SEAFOOD 

Regular Meals 



Fire Extinguisher Sales and Service 
Wholesale and Retail 

All Types Refilled and Repaired 
DIAL 2-2630 

Reliable Exterminating Co 



424 9th Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

MORGAN TRUCK AND 
TRACTOR CO. 

INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 
FARMALL TRACTORS 

101 7th Street Augusta, Ga. 



Murphey-Weatherford 
Plumbing and Heating Co. 

412 Ninth Street Phone 2-8556 

Augusta, Georgia 






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